Toll expands business with Shell

Toll has won a contract that will see it provide a range of transportation services for oil and gas giant, Shell.

The five year-deal, worth $250 million, involved the delivery of fuel to service stations across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

It means Toll will deliver both fuel and lubricants interstate.

Toll Liquids general manager Time Kehoe said the new contract builds on the strong relationship between the two companies.

“We are really pleased to be expanding our business with Shell,” Kehoe said.

“This contract supports our fuel distribution strategy perfectly and further confirms Toll’s commitment to sustainable investment in the sector.”

It is expected contracts will be finalised in the coming weeks.

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