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Franklin Fueling Systems signs five-year deal with Shell

01 April, 2016

Franklin Fueling Systems has announced a five-year relationship agreement with Shell encompassing the underground fuel systems available as an option across the branded network of 43,000 retail sites in over 70 countries.

Shell-branded stations serve 25 million customers per day and sell approximately 160 billion litres of fuel annually.

In the statement announcing the deal Franklin said it was uniquely positioned to offer complete retail fuelling solutions, including piping and containment systems, submersible pumping systems, fuel management systems, service station hardware and dispensing systems under one agreement.

As part of the relationship agreement, Shell’s company owned sites and network of dealers, branded wholesalers and licensees all have access to Franklin Fueling Systems’ products and end-to-end system solutions.

Franklin’s said its training, accreditation and assurance services were important factors in securing the contract.

“Franklin Fueling Systems is exceptionally suited to deliver the most innovative and high quality products to meet our clients’ needs,” said Jay Walsh, Franklin Fueling System executive vice president.

“We are the industry leader in complete fuel system solutions. Franklin is committed to building the best fuel stations, with the finest equipment,and in the safest manner.”

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