Hoyer now supplying service stations in Northwest Germany

March 23, 2016

Transport and logistics service provider Hoyer has taken over the task of delivering to more than 200 Total service stations in West and North Germany. The Hamburg, Germany, company has already supplied Total quality fuels to stations in Bremen and in the Ruhr district and Emsland region since February.

Hoyer, one of the world’s leading bulk logistics specialists, thereby gains another major stakeholder in the German energy market as a customer. Total operates Germany’s third biggest service station network, with nearly 1,200 stations throughout the Federal Republic.

Stefan Küfner, central logistics director for Total Deutschland GmbH, said “We are very satisfied with the smooth takeover of the supply by Hoyer, and expect to achieve a further increase in our safety standard in the logistics chain.”

Volker Schmitz, managing director of the Hoyer Mineralöl-Logistik GmbH, is also pleased: “The collaboration strengthens our market position as a service station supplier and partner for the petroleum industry, and also creates 45 new jobs.”

The contract for deliveries in the Northwest includes fuel scheduling and stock management. Hoyer is investing more than 3 million euros in its own truck equipment in the context of Total’s logistics tender.