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Sharad Raja (left) and Gideon Carroll
Sharad Raja (left) and Gideon Carroll
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Greenergy offers EdgePetrol as part of retailer package

Greenergy, the UK’s largest supplier of road fuels, is the first company to incorporate EdgePetrol’s technology into a branded retail package; and will offer EdgePetrol’s app as part of its UK retail brand offering.

Ascona Group chooses Suresite's wetstock management solution

The forecourt retailer Ascona Group has appointed Suresite to provide wetstock management across its UK forecourts.

Insuring your assets

When you get a call from a customer, backed up by a car dealer, saying that water in your fuel has ruined their engine, panic can set in but not if you have a decent wet-stock management service in place.

Suresite reacts to new wetstock management rules

Suresite says it has a practical solution for dealers needing to cope with new wetstock management requirements.

Dover Fueling Solutions presents end-to-end solution

Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS), whose range covers fuel dispensing equipment, electronic systems and payment, fleet systems, automatic tank gauging and wetstock management, will be exhibiting a number of new products at the UNITI expo trade show from 15 to 17 May in Stuttgart, Germany.

Dover Fueling Solutions appoints Dundee-based MD for EMEA

Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) has appointed a managing director of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Taking (wet-) stock

After a tumultuous year in 2016, during which more than half the companies in the sector in the UK changed hands, and a new competitor entered the market, the new make-up in wet-stock management is now clear.

All change

The wet-stock management market in the UK is in a state of flux after a flurry of takeovers by US companies resulted in the prospect of the two biggest players, Vianet and Fairbanks, as well as Tokheim ProGauge, all being owned by the same American company.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 16 September 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East131.91139.09127.72
East Midlands131.7067.90141.05127.78
London131.23140.26128.23
North East130.27143.10126.88
North West131.0561.90140.46127.66
Northern Ireland128.98134.61125.56
Scotland131.5452.70138.78127.59
South East132.3555.20140.48128.43
South West131.4959.90138.93127.63
Wales130.6864.90135.93126.92
West Midlands131.2068.90139.66127.86
Yorkshire & Humber130.9084.90142.07127.66

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