More job potential for Pace depot

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With ‘exciting plans to grow capacity and the potential to create more jobs’, Pace Fuelcare’s Kings Lynn depot is officially opened
When Pace Fuelcare opened a brand new facility In Kings Lynn, more than 40 staff and guests, including the town’s major and the MP for North West Norfolk, were present to declare it open for business.
Over £1.5 million was invested in the depot’s upgrade and modernisation, enabling it to play a key role as an operational hub to better serve Pace Fuelcare’s commercial, agricultural and domestic customers across East Anglia.
General manager Simon Willis said: “We were delighted to welcome our local MP, Henry Bellingham, to our grand unveiling. The new site has state of the art storage facilities which are at the forefront of health & safety standards; this has increased the amount of product we can store and our capability to deliver to our customers as promptly as possible. We remain committed to our local area, both as a fuel supplier and a loyal supporter of community groups.”
Henry Bellingham, MP for North West Norfolk, said “Pace Fuelcare is a highly respected company and has an excellent record, particularly delivering for rural communities. The depot already employs 22 members of staff, and has exciting plans to grow capacity with the potential to create more jobs.”