We are the UK's leading supplier of road fuel and are growing internationally.
We source fuel products globally and have fuel businesses in the UK, Canada, Brazil and the Middle East.
We are investing in infrastructure in order to reduce product costs, improve resilience and create capacity for further growth.
We have a strong cultural identity at Greenergy. We are open, honest and each of our opinions really counts.
We have used our infrastructure and supply chain know-how to create cost and operating efficiencies and to provide low-cost, reliable fuel supply to customers.
We have grown from a bedroom start-up in 1992 to become the UK's only national fuel supplier.
With more than 25 supply locations, across the UK and Ireland, we have a unique supply capability.
We have combined fuel supply with the freedom to choose between different brands and support service options
We have our own in-house logistics operation in Greenergy Flexigrid, delivering fuel for Greenergy and for third parties.
We publish three KPIs that underpin our mission to the fuel supplier with the lowest costs, highest reliability and best systems and control
A structured approach to quality assurance
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We supply gasoline, diesel and biofuel in the Ontario and Quebec regions of Canada.
Our supply infrastructure gives us multiple supply options, so we are not reliant on any single producer or pipeline.
To assess our efficiency and the quality of service we provide customers, we measure our performance in key operational areas.
We are working to minimise environmental risk in our business and reduce the environmental impact of our activities.
The biofuels blended into Greenergy's petrol and diesel accounts for about a quarter of all the biofuel used in the UK. This is a responsibility we take seriously.
We seek to maximise the carbon savings from the biofuel we supply, while minimising the emissions associated with our activities.
We recognize that time is money, so we seek to minimize delays for customers collecting fuel from our terminals. We monitor loading times at all our principal supply locations, including Vopak’s Hamilton terminal in Ontario.
At this terminal, where the typical truck size is 50,000 litres, we have a target loading time of 21 minutes.
Due to expansion work at Toronto gate to gate times
could not be calculated for June.
Our invoice KPI is a measure of the accuracy and efficiency of our back-office systems, as well as the skills and understanding of our team. We continue to work with our customers to ensure we have the information to allow us to invoice correctly first time.