A fleet of poppies at Gleaner Oils

Gleaner’s entire fleet of 48 tankers and 12 boiler maintenance vehicles are proudly displaying poppies
Gleaner will be displaying poppies across its fleet of commercial vehicles to show support for the Remembrance Day commemorations.
From Monday 23rd October to Monday 13th November, the poppies will be proudly worn by Gleaners entire fleet of 48 fuel tankers, and 12 boiler maintenance vehicles which operate from 10 company-owned depots located across Scotland.
“The staff at Gleaners are committed to providing a high-quality service ensuring fuel and services are readily available,” said managing director David Todd.
“This is vital for the communities we serve, as some are often remote and isolated.”
“Gleaners commitment to the communities we serve was recognised last year, as we were awarded the Large Rural Family Business Award by The Herald newspaper. Everyone across the business is thrilled to have received the award and for being praised by the judges for the vital service Gleaners delivers to communities and businesses the length and breadth of Scotland.”
Gleaner was founded in 1954 as a family-owned business and has stayed true to its roots, always remaining headquartered in Elgin, Moray. Neighboured by the RAF base in Lossiemouth and Army base in Kinloss. Many of Gleaners customers have links to the armed forces, as well as many of the company’s 207 staff.
The owners, Jane Scott and her husband Stephen, who assumed control following a buy-out in 2014, are overseeing a continuous programme of significant investment and are committed to ensuring that Gleaner remains an important part of the local communities served by the company.