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Gilbarco Veeder-Root opens up new Frontier

10 July, 2013
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Gilbarco Veeder-Root has launched a new range of fuel dispensers.

The Frontier Europe, a single and twin product dispenser, is targeted towards retail applications and incorporates the more advanced elements from Gilbarco Veeder-Root's Multi Product Dispensers (MPDs).

It replaces the 397G and comes with MID and ATEX certifications. Features include superior hose management; large backlit displays; and price and volume pre-set features which ensure ease of handling for the end user.

The Frontier Europe also includes a robust structure for optimum strength; superior finish for lasting looks; complete flexibility with different flow rates and hose configurations; biofuels and ethanol compatibility; as well as a secure, proprietary interface and meter encoder for additional security.

The Frontier Europe has many different configurations and options, meaning it can be developed to suit a range of different forecourts and site conditions.

Sachin Jain, marketing director, Europe, pumps and dispensers, commented: "Gilbarco Veeder-Root recognises the pressures faced by fuel retailers.

"While the 397G offered robust and resilient solutions for retail fuelling, the Frontier Europe dispensers have been designed and adapted to meet the changing priorities of our customers and exceed their expectations."

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