Phillips 66 has replaced 70% of its total road tanker fleet with 32 new MAN, Scania and Merc vehicles. The vehicles conform to Euro 6 emissions standards thus delivering lower emissions and improved fuel efficiency, among a number of other benefits.
Mary Wolf, managing director of Phillips 66 UK & Ireland Marketing, commented: "Our new upgraded tanker fleet reflects our continued commitment to driver safety and operational efficiency. These state-of-the-art vehicles offer the latest in vehicle technology and driver comfort, helping to minimise the risk of vehicle incidents as well as minimise environmental impact."
Dave Rowlands, technical services director at hauliers Wincanton, said: "The recent introduction of these vehicles into the Phillips 66 fleet has enabled Wincanton Fuel Contracts to strategically introduce alternative vehicle marques into different locations within this specialist sector."
Dan Bauckham, director of engineering at Suckling Transport, another Phillips 66 haulier, added: "Our new vehicles conform to Euro 6 emissions standards which means lower emissions and improved fuel efficiency. The vehicles are fitted with on board computing) hardware,"