Eurotank Environmental has finished the final of four tank lining projects for independent retailer Petrocell.
Europump Maintenance has installed the Big Brother Watch-it forecourt security system at Petrocell’s Erith Service Station in Kent.
Parkfoot Garage in Kent has had its tanks upgraded using Eurotank Environmental’s Tank Re-Tightening service.
Eurotank Service Group has become the UK distributor of the FuelPrime wetstock management system.
Europump Maintenance has fitted Jigsaw Nova 2 fuel management systems to five new diesel tanks.
Eurotank has installed more Mepsan pumps in the UK – bringing the brand of dispenser to UK motorists in Eastbourne, Ilkeston and Ulceby.
Eurotank has signed a new distributor agreement with Maser Italia during Edward Wheeler and Chris Ramshaw’s recent trip to its headquarters in Bologna, Italy.
Eurotank has launched a service for testing tank chambers and other underground secondary containment systems following a new partnership with Texas-based Dri-Sump Testing Associates.
Eurotank has filmed two videos over the past month to help communicate the benefits of products joining the Group’s suite of services.
Remaining true to Eurotank’s company value of Finding a Way, one tank lining team managed to avoid a four-week hold-up on a Fastliner project site by coming up with a bespoke solution to overcome an unforeseen challenge.
A tank fill point that had been permanently ‘capped off’ due to a tank failure is a red flag that further failures could be on the way, warns Eurotank’s Edward Wheeler.
Eurotank Service Group is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Ramshaw as Group Operations Director with responsibility for all operational activities at Eurotank Environmental, Eurotank Installations, Europump Maintenance and Specialist Lining Services.
The last financial year saw Eurotank carry out a record number of tank linings, lining an incredible 6,352,705 litres using a variety of systems.
Sussex-based retailer Pricewatch has been busy upgrading its network with the help of Eurotank.
The oil majors estimated that Peak Oil happened in 2008 and after that, year-on-year, the demand for fuel in the UK has declined and will continue to do so. On the other hand, the cost of doing business has certainly not declined. Minimum wage in 2008 was £5.80 and now it’s £10.40, energy bills have quadrupled, insurance has increased, business rates have climbed and interest rates continue to increase with speed. In short, 70% of the costs of doing business have doubled since 2008, so what the hell is the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) talking about?