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Alpeco win large order for new TE550 Truck III flow meter systems

New TE550 Truck III flow meter system

Alpeco Limited, a major company within the Flomax Group, have won their largest order to date for their new TE550 Truck III electronic register system from Hull based existing client Rix Petroleum, one of the UK’s oldest remaining, family owned independent fuel product distributors. Rix Petroleum operates from numerous branches located throughout Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Mercia, Midlands, North East, East Coast of Scotland, East Anglia and Essex and they have again shown their loyalty and confidence in Alpeco, by appointing them the preferred equipment supplier for 17 new trucks ordered in June 2013 from Tasca tankers.

Prior to placing this valuable order Rix Petroleum studied all the available and emerging technologies that might reduce or eliminate potential operator error whilst increasing the efficiency of their expanding vehicle fleet. With 90% of the Rix Petroleum fleet already fitted with Alpeco products and with the client extremely satisfied with the working relationship, it was a natural progression for the two companies to continue working together. Continue reading


Landmark Singapore Deal for Alpeco Ltd

Alpeco work with CNC in Landmark Singapore DealA key downstream partner of the Singapore Petroleum Company, CNC is 1 of around 20 oil distributors in Singapore. Established in 2008, CNC is managed by a young and determined management team, keen to raise the general standard of equipment used for fuel deliveries in Singapore and Malaysia.

After discussions with the Singapore Government, the company received state funding to assist in the purchase of new state-of-the-art tank and metering equipment from Alpeco Limited in the UK.

Local tank builder Ryobi Kiso is assembling the three new tankers which will be mounted on Volvo chassis incorporating Alpeco MF800 tank and electronic metering equipment. When completed the trucks will be added to CNC’s existing vehicles, bringing the company’s fleet to a total of 10 vehicles. As well as delivering fuel across Singapore, the new tankers will be used to demonstrate Alpeco equipment to other oil companies seeking to enhance their own fleet’s efficiency and safety, with CNC operating as Alpeco’s regional distributor. Continue reading