Harvest Energy has added four new sites to its brand. Harvest Energy said three of the newly branded sites were in

Scotland – Crossways Garage, in Gretna, Allison’s Service Station, Bladnoch, and a second Allison’s site in nearby Wigtown. The fourth site was Birmingham Road Service Station in Kidderminster.

According to the company, the new addition brings the total of Harvest Energy-branded sites to 12, with a further 13 recently signed sites also due for branding over the course of the summer.

Janet Ashdown, Harvest Energy CEO, said: "The growth that we are currently experiencing in today’s competitive market is testament to the enthusiasm and experience of the Harvest Energy sales team. We are receiving such positive feedback from the independent dealers and we recognise that service is now more than ever an increasingly important benefit to offer to the independent sector. The Harvest Energy brand is so fresh and clean that it has enlivened these latest sites.”

Simon Davis, the company’s head of sales and logistics, added: "Since exhibiting at IFFE earlier this year, we have experienced a marked upturn in quality enquiries. Independent fuel retailers are now in a better position to judge how successful the Harvest Energy brand has been over the past years, and with our continued steady growth we are proving to be market leader in the branding of independent fuel retailers.

"Furthermore, I am delighted that the branding of these latest sites, has been completed both quickly and smoothly, this helps to reinforce our track record and demonstrates our commitment to our dealers and our service."