The new trucks at its Rotherham blending plant site and Wednesbury headquarters follow Exol Lubricants’ continuous investment to upgrade its fleet with state-of-the-art transport ensuring timely deliveries, every time.
Exol Lubricants’ fleet of heavy goods vehicles offers customers peace of mind that deliveries can be carried out with no interruptions due to breakdowns, and that fuel efficiency is maximised, amid a push to be as environmentally friendly as possible.
Steve Dunn, sales and marketing director at Exol Lubricants, said: “We regularly renew our fleet, decommissioning older vehicles in favour of new ones, which helps us to meet increased delivery demands, be more efficient with fuel, and reduce overall emissions per delivery.
“Newer trucks also mean we lose less time to service, maintenance and repair, and with fleet uptime maximised we can ensure quick delivery turnarounds for our customers.”
Exol’s fleet of delivery vehicles comprises a mix of dual-purpose vehicles and large tanker trucks to facilitate delivery of bulk orders ranging from 500 litres to 32,000 litres in one vehicle.
The new delivery fleet for the road is complemented by the use of waterways by the Exol barge, in the operation of the most environmentally friendly way of transporting raw materials from Hull to its bulk blending plant in Rotherham.
Exol Lubricants is the largest independent lubricants company in the UK, manufacturing and supplying a range of lubricants and associated products to industry, agriculture, transport, automotive and garage sectors. For more information, visit https://www.exol-lubricants.com/