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November

Success of fuel payment debt collection scheme
28 October, 2010

Fuel retailers represented by BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, are recovering 88% of money owed to them for fuel following 'no means to pay incidents' at service stations, since partnering with leading debt collection agency Daniels Silverman, the company claims.

Gulf launches premium fuel
28 October, 2010

Gulf has announced the launch of Endurance, its new premium grade fuel brand, which is now available to all dealers nationwide. The company claims the new product offers Gulf retailers an additional revenue stream while reflecting Gulf’s long-term association with motorsport and, in particular, classic world endurance events such as the 24 hours of Le Mans.

Madderson brands rural fuel duty pilot scheme a "cop-out"
28 October, 2010

RMI Petrol’s chairman Brian Madderson has branded the government’s announcement on a rural fuel duty rebate pilot a “complete cop out and a complete sham”.

Jet secures seven new dealers
28 October, 2010

Jet has signed up seven more dealers this autumn, bringing its total number of additional signings this year

Charity is at the heart of Graham Kennedy's life
01 November, 2010

Sleeping is not something that comes easily to me. I often wake up in the middle of the night with a brilliant idea and wake my wife to tell her. Either that or I wait until just before the radio alarm goes off, to ask her what she thinks of my latest brainwave. She listens and then says: 'Are you taking the kids to school?' I'm told that genius is often not recognised by those closest to you, especially at 6.55am!

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?