BP has signed a new five year fuel supply deal with the UK’s largest motorway operator, Moto. The deal secures volume on 18 existing BP-branded motorway locations, where BP and Moto have been in partnership for the past 10 years, but a further 17 Moto sites, currently supplied by alternative Brands, will transfer to the BP brand during the contract period.
Janet Ashdown, director of BP’s UK fuels marketing business said: “Through this deal BP will extend its prominent position on the UK’s motorways and enable more customers to access its range of quality and premium fuels through the combination of Moto’s strong network and BP’s existing supplied and motorway Connect locations. The deal brings together the opportunity for increased accessibility for retail, fuel card and commercial fleet customers to utilise more service stations of premium quality on the UK’s motorway infrastructure.”
“The deal is of key strategic significance, extending BP’s presence in the north east, Scotland and the south west, and confirms BP’s commitment to extend and increase its presence in the UK fuels market,“ she said.
Tim Moss, CEO of Moto said: “I am delighted to have extended our strong partnership with BP. The new deal will give even more of our customers access to BP’s premium quality fuels and loyalty programmes.”