HOYER continues collaboration with Aral until 2023

Fuel station supply contract extended early

Hamburg – 29 July 2015 – The transport service provider HOYER is continuing its successful collaboration which has existed since 2002 with the petroleum company BP Europa SE. Both companies have decided on an early extension of the contract in the fuel station supply area.

The Hamburg logistics specialist has thereby secured a long-term guarantee of supply to around 1,500 Aral fuel stations in northern, western and eastern Germany. The term of the original seven-year contract ran until 2018 and has now been extended by a further five years, which means it is valid until 2023.

Volker Schmitz, Managing Director of the HOYER Mineralöl-Logistik GmbH, says “The early extension of the contract is the result of a good, trusting partnership with BP that has now existed for 13 years. We are pleased that we have again convinced BP through our competence, reliability and attractive conditions.” The HOYER Group is making a corresponding investment in its own vehicle fleet, and exchanging 100 trucks for vehicles that comply with the Euro 6 emission standard.

About the HOYER Group:
HOYER is an independent family enterprise dating back to 1946 which has become one of the world’s leading bulk logistics providers, offering comprehensive transport services and complex logistics solutions to the chemical, food, gas and petroleum industries. More than 5,100 employees in over 80 countries across the globe help its customers to become even more successful in their respective markets, with the aid of bespoke and sophisticated logistics solutions. HOYER operates 34,000 tank containers, 2,500 trucks, 3,000 road tankers, 24,000 IBCs, and numerous logistics facilities, transport depots, tank cleaning stations and specialist tank workshops.

Press contact:
HOYER GmbH Internationale Fachspedition
Ewelina Jankowski
Wendenstraße 414–424
20537 Hamburg
Phone: +49 40 21044 - 359 – Fax: +49 40 21044 - 455
www.hoyer-group.com – presse@hoyer-group.com

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