Phillips 66 thanks its customers’ drivers

The Humber refinery – Phillips 66 hopes to run similar events at its other terminals in the future
In late August, 40 haulier drivers and scheduling staff attended a Drivers’ Day event run by Phillips 66 at the company’s Immingham Pipeline Centre (IPC).
The aim of the event was to say thank you to all the drivers for their business, tell them about latest developments and also to ask for any suggestions on how the terminal could be improved. Invitations were extended to all retail, wholesale and specialty group customers that pull from IPC.
The idea for the event originated from a best practice that Ryan Ebright, specialty & business development manager, brought over from America.
“IPC is a key terminal for us and drivers play an important role in its success,” said Ryan.  “We wanted to recognise this by holding an event to thank them for their ongoing commitment.”
A wide range of breakfast and lunch options were laid on from 5am through to 3pm by a team of staff from Phillips 66.  As well as enjoying a hearty breakfast or lunch before hitting the road, attending drivers received JET and Phillips branded 66 giveaways and were automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of five AA winter car kits.