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Jet launches new dual range of Ultra premium fuels
26 July, 2019
Jet Ultra sign

Jet has launched a new dual range of Jet Ultra premium fuels, which comprises Jet Ultra Premium Unleaded and Jet Ultra Premium Diesel.

The fuel brand has completed its UK-wide roll out to all sites that previously offered Jet premium fuels.

To coincide with the launch of Jet Ultra, Jet is also trialing a pole sign to display all four fuel grade prices. The four-price pole sign is one of a number of innovative forecourt design elements that are part of the company’s new image pilot.

Oliver Müller, retail business manager at Phillips 66, commented: “Our dual range of Jet Ultra premium fuels and our four-price LED-lit pole sign design are key elements of Jet’s new-look forecourt. The pole sign mirrors our new soft-angled canopy design, while our Jet Ultra branding is an eye-catching ultramarine blue which stands out on the forecourt.

“Introducing an attractive and recognisable premium fuels offering was one of our main objectives for 2019. We commissioned independent consumer research, which showed that there is a willingness among consumers to try a new brand of premium fuels. We wanted to tap into this opportunity and provide our dealers with a premium fuel product offering which not only complements their existing fuels mix, but also puts them in a stronger position with their customer base.”

Jet Ultra Premium fuel is designed to deep-clean dirty engines and prevent deposits from building up. The technology inside the detergent attacks and helps remove dirt deposits in car engines, while also coating vital engine parts in a protective film to prevent deposits from collecting. The end result is a more effective clean for better efficiency and performance.


As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?