Morrisons now has access to solutions to compliance and operational challenges through Wayne’s ClearView.
Morrisons’ fueling network now features the ClearView wetstock management service product from Wayne Fueling Systems. Morrisons, one of the United Kingdom’s leading supermarket and fuel retailers, awarded a contract to Wayne that allows the company to install the ClearView wetstock management service product on Morrisons’ fueling network.
This is the first win for Wayne’s ClearView wetstock management product since the acquisition of Vianet Fueling Solutions earlier this year. The solution solves both compliance and operational challenges for fuel retailers.
“Wayne is delighted with the award of this contract by Morrisons,” noted Wayne’s vice president of Europe, Damian Tracey. “We feel this is testament to the ongoing support and great service delivered by the Wayne service team today. We look forward to strengthening our partnership with Morrisons and continuing to deliver products and services that support the Morrisons brand.”
This will also be the first time that Morrisons will be utilizing a wetstock management service that brings greater visibility of wetstock loss and reduces environmental risk. The collaboration of the two companies establishes a new holistic approach that brings together the existing asset compliance and maintenance services – already provided by Wayne – to deliver significant and tangible operational savings to Morrisons.
“The integrated approach and modern technology that Wayne is providing provides the platform for a significant move forward in our approach to managing our petrol stations,” said Ahmed Mulla of Morrisons. “Of equal importance is that Wayne has established a track record with the services they already provide that give us the confidence to move to this new approach and ultimately deliver the operational advances that we are looking for to serve our customers better at our petrol filling stations.”
Morrison’s full network roll-out for ClearView wetstock management services installation began on May 1 of this year and is now fully operational. The company operates 344 petrol filling stations in the United Kingdom.