Further growth for JET

Restalrig Road in Edinburgh is one of seven new JET sites added over the past couple of months
The JET fuel brand has attracted seven new sites to its network during the past couple of months. The new sites have added a combined volume of more than 13 mlpa to the JET network.
In Scotland, JET has welcomed Restalrig Road in Edinburgh and Inverinate Service Station in the Kyle of Lochalsh, with Inverinate now JET’s most westerly site in the UK.
In North East England – already a strong territory for JET – Fylingdales Service Station near Whitby, Fencehouses Service Station in Houghton Le Spring and Foxcover Filling Station in Sunderland, which is owned by Gradebrook Filling Stations Ltd, have chosen JET as their fuel supplier.
JET is also the supplier of choice for Haslingden Service Station near Rossendale in Lancashire and Wragby Road Filling Station in Lincoln, another site owned by the Gradebrook Filling Stations group.
John Norton, owner of Fylingdales Service Station near Whitby, comments: “We’ve been incredibly impressed by JET since we joined the brand a couple of months ago. It’s the first time in years that I’ve felt like a valued customer, rather than just a number.”
John continues: “I knew that JET had a strong reputation for customer service and reliability and I can now see why. They do what they say when they say they will – no messing around. They work to fit in with our schedules, rather than just delivering when it suits them. Reliability of deliveries was a major criteria for me when choosing a new supplier and I can certainly say JET doesn’t disappoint in this area.”
“It’s testament to the strength of JET’s dealer offering that we’re continuing to attract new sites to our network,” said Carl Smaller, territory manager Immingham North & East.
“Within a short a space of time, all seven new sites have been fully re-imaged in the latest JET branding and are already benefiting from our security of supply, competitive pricing and flexible dealer support packages.”