Suttons has extensive experience in safely and successfully transporting gases by road and this major contract confirms Suttons as one of the leading providers of bulk gases distribution services.
The contract with Suttons is for the provision of bulk gases logistics from Air Liquide UK’s key operational sites, to their national customer base.
Andrew Palmer, Group Managing Director of Suttons, said:
“This is a significant contract win for Suttons and proves we are further enhancing our reputation for providing a safe and effective service. The economic environment remains challenging yet we are continuing to secure new contracts both here and further afield.
“We look forward to working closely with Air Liquide UK to ensure service levels meet with their customer’s expectations and contractual agreements. Through the provision of our logistics service we will support Air Liquide UK with their ongoing and continual development programme for enhanced customer service and satisfaction levels.”
Tony Bonnett, UK Operations Manager for Air Liquide UK said:
“We are delighted to be working with Suttons after an extremely tough selection process. Air Liquide UK has stringent contract specification requirements and criteria which have to be met without exception, to ensure we offer safe distribution for all our bulk gases combined with service levels second to none for our customers. Suttons has a proven record and extensive experience of bulk gases logistics to a wide spectrum of industrial operations and having met our contract criteria in full, were successfully awarded this important contract.”
“Suttons shares our ethos of not only understanding the importance of delivering a consistent and reliable service to its customer base but also being flexible where necessary. In addition, Suttons also recognises that during all aspects of bulk gases logistics, safety is paramount and must always come first.”
Suttons is based in Cheshire, UK and operates globally with key business centres in Antwerp, Ludwigshafen, Houston, Kuantan, Le Havre, New Jersey, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.