BP and Moto extend fuel supply deal

03 July, 2012

BP and Moto are to continue their longstanding partnership after agreeing an extension to their existing branded fuel supply deal. The agreement will see BP supply to 42 of Moto’s owned and operated locations.

All the sites will be located on key motorway or major transient routes making filling up more convenient for both retail and commercial consumers, according to Peter Molloy, BP's UK sales manager: “I am delighted that BP and Moto have agreed to extend this longstanding partnership. This is an important and key relationship that will ensure the BP brand continues to be represented across the UK motorway network."

"This deal will continue to give even more customers access to BP’s quality fuels and loyalty programmes via a portfolio of expertly managed locations operated by Moto. BP has supplied Moto’s dealer owned and operated locations with fuel since 1997. The new agreement is effective from January 2013.Tim Gittins, Moto’s Retail Director, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with BP across our motorway service area sites throughout the UK."





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