Pace Fuelcare unveils new Ipswich depot

Pace Fuelcare unveils new Ipswich depot

Cutting the ribbon to declare the new depot              open for business

Pace Fuelcare opened a new depot in Ransomes Business Park, Ipswich, on July 24 to ensure a reliable supply of quality fuel for commercial, agricultural and domestic customers across south east Anglia.

Key figures at Pace Fuelcare’s parent company, GB Oils, including Sam Chambers, chairman, Paul Williams, director, Simon Willis, general manager, and Keith Durrant, regional manager, teamed up with Ipswich MP, Ben Gunner, and Mayor of Ipswich, councillor Mary Blake, to cut the ribbon and officially declare the depot open for business.

Over £2 million has been invested in the state-of-the-art depot, which offers a range of modern facilities to its customers, including the latest tank gauging systems and safety features, as well as a comprehensive choice of quality fuel and lubricants.

It will also support the creation of up to 25 jobs in the area, and a further 30 jobs within the finance, marketing, health and safety, supplies and transport divisions of GB Oils, together with a number of sales vacancies.

Simon Willis said: “The opening of the new depot highlights our commitment to support customers and businesses across the region, both in terms of fuel delivery and through business contracts with local suppliers in the immediate area. Following the closure of the Vopak Terminal two years ago, the new depot will be the only fuel terminal servicing south east Anglia, providing customers with a secure supply and dependable delivery of fuel.”

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