Fairbanks wins Shell tender

Shell award Fairbanks contract
Fairbanks has been awarded a three-year wetstock management contract by Shell.Fairbankswill partner Tokheim as part of the contract, to deliver its services to more than 3,000 petrol stations, in 25 countries, across three continents.
 A combination of hardware and software applications will provide automatic, real-time data to a team ofFairbanksanalysts. This will enable the delivery of detailed statistical inventory reconciliation (SIR) analysis of wetstock data to Shell. It will also help the company to benefit from improved wetstock protection and reduce the potential for fuel loss incidents.
Fairbanks director, Steve Jones, commented: “We’re delighted that Shell has chosenFairbanks. We feel we provide something truly unique and valuable to the marketplace; a suite of remote wetstock management services combined with a dedicated team of analysts that add value and insight to our client’s data.
“Shell employs a number of systems across its global networks and Fairbanksis well equipped to provide a service that works to meet Shell’s current and future business development ambitions.