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Dover Fueling Solutions exhibits with TSG for first time

John Wood ·

Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS), a Dover company delivering fuel dispensing equipment, electronic systems and payment, fleet systems, automatic tank gauging and wetstock management, will be exhibiting alongside its distribution partner, TSG, at this year’s Forecourt Show.

The event – from April 8-10 at the NEC – will be the first occasion that DFS has joined forces with TSG at a fuel industry exhibition.

TSG business development director, Michelle Machesney commented: “We are incredibly proud to be recognised as a valued distributor of DFS and believe that this show will underline the partnership to our mutual customers.”

DFS VP of EMEA Jeroen de Gruijter stated: “This is an exciting time for DFS, being able to work with TSG to promote a range of our industry-leading product brands for the first time. We look forward to collaborating with TSG at many more exhibitions in the future.”

The partners will be at stand W129 and DFS products and solutions visitors can expect to see include:

• The Tokheim Fuel POS point-of-sale system;

• The Fairbanks Station Manager 365 online web portal and its 24/7 real-time wetstock monitoring service; and

• The ProGauge MagLink LX console and wired and wireless magnetostrictive probes.

In addition, DFS will be launching its new Tokheim Quantium 510M dispenser range. On display at the show will be the Tokheim Quantium 510M FHR (full hose retraction) ten-hose AdBlue Combi fuel dispenser, one of four models in the new range.

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