Mersey logistics firm Suttons renews deal with global industrial gases business

Five-year deal sees Suttons delivering CO2 for the company toPraxair’s customers across the UK from sites in Billingham and Wilton in Teesside and Tilbury in Essex

From left, Michael Cundy, managing director of Suttons Tankers, Mark Patterson and Joanne Rawlinson from Praxair, and Paul Blakeston, also from Suttons

 

Widnes-based logistics giant Suttons has secured a new contract with Praxair – the third largest industrial gases company in the world.

The five-year deal sees Suttons delivering CO2 for the company to its customers across the UK from sites in Billingham and Wilton in Teesside and Tilbury in Essex.

The contract extension builds on a 13-year relationship with Suttons and includes telemetry management for Praxair as part of this latest agreement.

Suttons Tankers managing director Michael Cundy said: “This is already a hugely successful long-term partnership and we’re thrilled Praxair wanted to renew the contract 18 months early.

“They recognise our shared commitment to safety and service performance as a key factor to continuing our successful partnership.”

Suttons operates in the UK with a fleet of more than 500 vehicles focused on the chemicals, gas and fuel sectors.

It also operates internationally with business centres in New Jersey, Houston, Chicago, Widnes, Antwerp, Ludwigshafen, Kuantan, Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo and Khobar.

Mark Patterson, head of commercial & supply chain UK, Praxair added: “Working in partnership with Suttons gives Praxair a number of advantages in the market including flexibility which enables us to respond to our customers’ changing needs.”

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