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Ascona Group chooses Suresite's wetstock management solution

John Wood ·

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

Ascona Group is currently undertaking a major programme of investment that could increase its forecourt operation from six to 20 sites over the next 12 months.

Suresite has over 30 years of experience in compliance, risk management and health and safety for the forecourt sector.

“In our opinion, the Suresite wetstock management solution is the best available and it makes good business sense to enter this partnership as we expand our operation,” explained Darren Briggs, managing director, Ascona Group.

“If not properly monitored, wetstock losses can become one of the largest overheads for any forecourt business. We now have the peace of mind that our wetstock management is in very safe hands. Leaks, product theft or water contamination can be immediately detected and expert advice is just a phone call away.”

“We are delighted to be part of the Ascona Group success story as it rapidly expands its forecourt retailing network,” said Dan Gibson, wetstock manager, Suresite.

“The financial implications of non-conformity are potentially catastrophic for a petrol retailer and knowing that Suresite’s smart solution is monitoring live with no in-built delays provides reassurance and significant benefits to any business.”

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