Suttons makes commitment to safety and innovation
A number of workshops were held by senior managers at the company, focusing on Suttons’ safety culture, compliance excellent and its innovative technology project with fleet telematics provider Microlise.
The company’s 2019 Volvo units and new general purpose tanks were on display, and event attendees had the opportunity to drive one of the rigs around the track at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in Leicestershire, UK.
“We wanted to give our key customers an insight into our commitment to safety and how we’re investing for the future, in both assets and technology,” commented Michael Cundy, managing director of Suttons Tankers. “This location provided the perfect backdrop for customers to take part in workshops, have a drive of the vehicles and climb inside our innovative training tank.
“An event of this kind gives us an opportunity to meet and listen to our customers and demonstrate our capability across a range of areas. It’s been a positive year for the business which is continuing to grow and we’ll be announcing a number of new business wins in the coming months.”
Mark Beal from BOC Fleet Services added: “What a great event! The day was well structured and gave a very informative insight into the great work that Suttons is doing for its customers and the industry. Everything was slick and timed very well.”