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Suttons global logistics secures chemical distribution contract with Grosvenor Chemicals

Global logistics leader Suttons has secured a three year contract with Yorkshire-based Grosvenor Chemicals, a specialist in the manufacture, formulation and packaging of treatment and effect chemicals.

It follows an announcement last month that Suttons had signed a similar deal with Grace Construction and invested more than £7 million in its UK tanker fleet.

Suttons will distribute polyvinyl acetate (PVA) products around the UK from Grosvenor Chemicals’ manufacturing plant in Huddersfield.

Andrew Palmer, Group Managing Director of Suttons, said

"This is the latest in a string of significant wins for Suttons and strengthens our position as a leading supplier of logistics solutions. Grosvenor and other new customers are turning to us because of out commitment to safety and customer service. We are set to introduce a number of new safety initiatives that we believe will make us even more attractive in the marketplace."

Andy Shelbourne, Grosvenor Chemicals Site Director said:

"Grosvenor Chemicals selected Suttons as its preferred haulier, due to its recognition as a leading operator in the transport of bulk liquids with the highest regard for safety. In addition we were impressed with Suttons’ commitment and flexibility in working with us to respond quickly to our customers’ demands. We have to ensure that our products are handled by a well established professional company and Suttons has achieved this status over many years."

Suttons is providing two dedicated tankers in Grosvenor Chemicals livery, modified to the customer’s specification.

Suttons is based in Cheshire, UK and operates globally with key business centres in Antwerp, Essen, Houston, Kuantan, Le Havre, New Jersey, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.

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