New HGV refuelling site opens at The Hollies Truckstop in Cannock

A new HGV refuelling site has been opened at The Hollies Truckstop in Cannock.

The site, located on the A5 Watling Street, 1 mile from M6 junction 12, provides diesel, gas oil and AdBlue® for truckstop users and accepts a variety of fuel cards including Key Fuels and UK Fuels. High speed pumps that pump 120 litres of fuel per minute allow four vehicles to fill up at the same time.

To mark the grand opening, members of Certas Energy and RoadKing – which operates The Hollies – were joined by truckstop users for a ribbon cutting event at the refuelling site. Attendees were then invited to stay to indulge in the refreshments provided while speaking to members of the team to find out more about the products and services available, including signing up for a Certas Energy fuel card.

Andrew Goodwin, national bunker manager for Certas Energy, said “This is another major milestone in our strategy to develop a national network of refuelling sites. For Certas Energy, this development is designed to meet the needs of hauliers travelling on the M6/A5; making it extremely convenient to refuel without having to detour too far off route.”

Nicholas Whatmore, director of RoadKing, added: “It’s great that the new refuelling site is now open. Following the recent £1.5 million investment at the truckstop, the refuelling site provides hauliers with a convenient and efficient way to refuel before making their onward journey.”

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