JET developments

The JET brand has recently added more sites to its growing network
Top 50 Indies forecourt operator, Intake Developments, has renewed its fuel supply contract with JET.  With a 100% supply position, JET has been Intake Developments’ fuel supplier of choice for over 35 years now, making the operator, which operates 10 sites, one of JET’s longest-standing customers. 
“Since John and Anne Campbell, the founders of Intake Development, started a relationship with JET over 35 years ago, we’ve been consistently impressed by their professional but friendly approach to any topic or challenge we’ve faced,” said Intake Developments managing director, Robert Campbell.
“The JET image is immediately recognisable and very familiar to customers in our region and has been updated and modernised to stand out in the modern market. We appreciate the personable, friendly approach that all JET staff have for their business partners.
“This latest supply contract sets us on the journey towards 40 years of being Intake Developments’ fuel supplier of choice,” added Carl Smaller, JET’s retail account manager, North East.
Intake Developments is currently in the process of purchasing new rollover car washes and a group of new jet washes as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to providing best-in-class wash facilities to its customers. Work is also about to commence on forecourt resurfacing to improve safety and aesthetics of all ten sites.
JET has also secured two new site wins – JET Barton Road Garage on the Shropshire-Wales border and Penny Newby Service Station in Scarborough. Since joining, both sites have been reimaged with JET’s latest image on the canopies, stanchions, pumps and pole signs, and both have opted to introduce JET’s SENTINELTM Diesel to meet customer demand for premium fuels.