Skelmersdale, UK - 8th June 2021 – Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS), a part of Dover Corporation that delivers advanced fuel dispensing equipment, electronic systems and payment, fleet systems, automatic tank gauging, and wetstock management, is pleased to announce Motor Fuels Group (MFG) has renewed their fuel management contract with DFS, committing to the service for another three years.
MFG is the largest independent forecourt operator in the UK. It has over 900 stations operating under the BP, Shell, Esso, Texaco, Jet and Murco brands, which all boast an attractive, competitive and expanding forecourt shop offering. MFG first adopted DFS’ fuel management services over 10 years ago, and the relationship between the two companies has since gone from strength to strength. Subscribing to the real-time analyst service over the past decade has given MFG invaluable insight into its growing fuel network operation and has enabled its forecourt managers to swiftly deal with all identified issues.
The contract signed between DFS General Manager and Senior Director Wetstock, Andy Sullivan, and Andrew Edwards, Group Infrastructure Director of MFG, commenced 1 June, 2021. MFG will continue with DFS’ premium service level, which includes 24/7 monitoring by DFS’ expert data analysis team, annual pump measure checks and Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) risk assessments.
Andrew Edwards said: “We are committed to growing our already very successful forecourt business and we continue to see the ongoing benefits of this valuable partnership.”
Andy Sullivan commented, “Our flexible and scalable approach to wetstock management services has kept MFG at the forefront of the ever-changing forecourt industry and has allowed both businesses to grow in their respective sectors. The provision of DFS’ wetstock and on-site services continues to help MFG secure optimum performance and improve the customer experience across their network. At DFS, we always pride ourselves on providing the highest level of customer care, and I am confident we can continue to deliver and indeed, further improve standards to MFG in the years to come.”