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Suresite extends wetstock management role with McColl's
28 September, 2018

Suresite has extended its wetstock management relationship with McColl’s Retail Group, which operates seven forecourts among its total estate of around 1,600 stores.

The group was among the first customers when Suresite launched its fully independent wetstock service in 2016, and after evaluating the benefits of outsourcing wetstock management, the company has decided to take advantage of a three-year fixed price contract.

Sophie Hayzer, McColl’s maintenance and energy manager, said: “We look forward to continuing our relationship with Suresite. Their real time fuel monitoring system helps us to detect losses from leaks, theft or delivery shortages and identify potential maintenance issues as early as possible.

“We know that we can rely on Suresite to provide a great service and this new three-year contract gives us the reassurance that we are future-proofed against changes in compliance requirements.”

Byron Barker, wetstock coordinator for Suresite, said: “McColl’s was one of our first wetstock accounts and is also a longstanding H&S customer. Over the last two years we have become their first port of call for advice on all things forecourt related.

“Through Suresite Wetstock, we have been able to provide them with real-time wetstock management, sending data continuously from their seven sites every minute of every day.

“This allows for the constant monitoring of all elements of wetstock, including pump flow rates and delivery validation as well as data driven alarms for stock levels and water.

“McColl’s know that we are monitoring the data and will let them know of any potential issues before they even start to present a problem.”

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