National Fuel

Rigid Fuel Deliveries

500L – 17,500L

Oilfast UK facilitate rigid deliveries to national clients who manage a large number of sites throughout the UK.  This saves our clients time and money by offering one point of contact for all your fuel requirements. No need to deal with a multitude of independent suppliers across the country.

Benefit from dedicated account management, consolidated invoicing and a service you can rely on.

Articulated Fuel Deliveries

17,500L – 36,000L

We can also facilitate wholesale fuel deliveries anywhere in the UK, offering next day delivered prices, ex rack collections and transfers of ULSD into bunker networks.

We provide wholesale customers with an efficient and professional service. Our prices are updated regularly throughout the day ensuring we provide the most effective rates to our customers.

Prices can be emailed on a trial basis for benchmarking against other fuel providers. This information does not commit you to using our services, however, it may open a window of opportunity and help us to develop a future trading relationship.

Fuel Credit Accounts

We are pleased to discuss any fuel requirements and arrange a credit account to suit your particular needs. Call us or leave an enquiry and we will get in touch. An additional line of credit is a valuable asset that can be used to either replace or compliment an existing supply arrangement.

By listening to our customers and tailoring our services to their specific requirements, we are successful in developing mutually beneficial trading partnerships. Our objective is to grow this area of our business and we are confident that our personal approach will help us to achieve this goal.

Oilfast UK Benefits

Additional Credit Line

Latest Up-to-date Prices

Highly Experienced Industry Staff

Dedicated Account Manager

Favourable Credit Terms

Professional Service

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