Certas Energy Launches Fuel Brand In The South-East

Certas Energy Launches Fuel Brand In The South-East

Certas Energy, the UK’s largest independent supplier of fuels and lubricants, has officially launched in the South East to provide fuel and lubricant management solutions to customers across the region under one brand name.

The nationwide supplier, which operates over 30 individual depots in the South East, has rebranded the depots under the Certas Energy brand to create a consistent presence in the region with the same focus on local relationships and delivery. By bringing all the depots under one brand name, it will be even easier for customers across the South East to access Certas Energy’s comprehensive range of fuel, lubricants and storage tanks to keep their businesses moving.

Supporting businesses including farms, construction sites, schools and haulage companies, customers will now benefit from the buying power of the UK’s largest independent supplier, ensuring consistently competitive prices and the support of Certas Energy’s national network with an established regional presence. Flexible payment and delivery options are also available to meet specific needs.

Richard Billington, Regional Director for SE at Certas Energy explained, “The roll-out of the Certas Energy brand means business as usual for thousands of local commercial and domestic customers in the South East, who will continue to speak with the same people and see the same familiar faces delivering their fuel safely and on-time via our local distribution network.

“Our high performance products optimise efficiency and bring added value to customers. With one hundred years of fuel and lubricants experience, our proven track record of dependable service tailored to customers’ individual needs ensures that we can keep businesses moving day and night.”

To support businesses in the South East in reducing emissions to improve air quality, Certas Energy is hosting the Clean Air Conference at the Port Lympne Hotel on 7th November. Delegates will hear from speakers from Kent County Council, the Road Haulage Association and Kent University. Places are free and can be booked by clicking here.