It’s official: GreenChem UK has extended our successful partnership with Suttons Tankers for another 5 years. This collaboration is a major milestone for GreenChem in our ongoing effort to foster best-in-class services. With this new renewal agreement, we solidify another 5 years of commitment to deliver our AdBlue product to locations across the UK.
With the renewed partnership in place, customers across the UK can expect an undisrupted supply of AdBlue, as we have strived for in years past. In total, £3m was invested in the renewal. 8 new tanks dedicated to GreenChem UK, and an entire brand-new fleet of tractor units with joint livery were added. Additionally, GreenChem UK will benefit greatly from Suttons’ strong network of depots across the UK.
Commenting on the partnership, Chris Haynes, Managing Director at GreenChem UK, has commented on the renewal:
“I’m very happy with the continuous hard work Suttons put in on our AdBlue contract, renewing for a further 5 years was an easy decision to make. I look forward to seeing the new fleet and duel liveried trucks on the road and delivering quality AdBlue to customers sites very soon, the new lightweight tanks afford us extra payload and further improve our logistics.”
Michael Cundy, Managing Director for Suttons also said:
“GreenChem has been a customer of ours for over a decade. I am pleased and grateful to continue the partnership between our two businesses, and I am very proud of the hard work we are doing to deliver this important product to across the nation”
As the world moves towards a more environmentally neutral, AdBlue will play an important part. We are working together to reduce NOx emissions and create a more sustainable future. By working together, we can take more actions to ensure a brighter future for generations to come.
In conclusion, the renewal partnership brings together top-quality AdBlue solutions with supply chain experts, which will promise to maintain the level of customer satisfaction that GreenChem has always been committed to delivering.