Adler and Allan Group companies provide a range of complementary services to the oil and environmental management sector. Through steady growth and strategic acquisition, the Group has expanded to become one of the UK's key industrial service providers, with a nationwide customer base and world-leading capabilities.
Adler and Allan is the market leader in the provision of rapid response services to industry. Through an unmatched network of bases, the company can respond quickly and effectively to customer requirements from fuel deliveries and tank servicing to managing major turn-key installation and dismantling projects, and disaster recovery situations.
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Adler and Allan, a leading nationwide oil and environmental services management company, has won an award for its extraordinary response to a national crisis.
The company were presented with a Customer Service Award at the 2007 Association for Petroleum and Explosives Administration (APEA) Awards in Telford in October.
The entry was based on one of the company's most demanding emergency calls. Adler and Allan were called in to uplift more than three million litres of contaminated fuel from hundreds of petrol forecourts at supermarkets across the UK.
Alan Scrafton, Group Marketing Manager for Adler and Allan, said: "We are delighted and proud to have won this award for a project which was one of the most demanding and important emergency response calls in our history.
"The project was completed within the agreed deadline and despite the huge, negative press coverage, all the supermarket petrol forecourts returned to normal business levels the month following the crisis."
It was in March this year that Adler and Allan was tasked by Tesco, Morrisons and Asda to handle the emergency fuel uplift following customer reports of vehicle running problems after filling up at the supermarkets' petrol forecourts.
Under extremely tight deadlines and working schedules, Adler and Allan rapidly deployed more than 30 vehicles dedicated solely to uplifting in excess of 3 million litres of contaminated fuel at hundreds of sites across the UK with just weeks to complete the task. The project was completed within the agreed deadline.