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AP switches to City Diesel

GAS and chemicals manufacturer Air Products has switched its fleet to City Diesel in a move designed to reduce its impact on the environment. The Surrey-based company's 400-vehicle company car fleet is 90% diesel and the move follows a similar policy change on its transport and distribution fleet.

A pair of diesel pumps situated at Air Products' Walton-on-Thames head office have been converted to City Diesel from diesel and an internal promotion campaign encouraging company car drivers to fill up at the office has seen use of these pumps more than double.

The switch to City Diesel follows a similar move by the British Airports Authority at Heathrow, where it is subsidising the fuel for all fleet operators filling up at the airport (Fleet News July 12).

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