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  • PETROLOT and Shell signed agreements on aviation fuel storage and aircraft refueling at the Warsaw Chopin Airport
    édité le 04/09/2013 - Plus de news de "Orlen" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Orlen"

PETROLOT and Shell signed agreements on aviation fuel storage and aircraft refueling at the Warsaw Chopin Airport
PETROLOT, a company belonging to ORLEN Group, and Shell Polska signed agreements that will allow Shell to enter the market of aviation fuel supply at the biggest airport in Poland – Warsaw Chopin Airport. These agreements will enable Shell to benefit from full offer of PETROLOT services at Warsaw Chopin Airport, regarding the storage of aviation fuel and aircraft refueling services.

- Cooperation with Shell opens a new chapter in the history of PETROLOT. PETROLOT’s services are available for all interested suppliers of aviation fuels, supplying the aircraft at the Warsaw Chopin Airport - Ireneusz Wesolowski, President of PETROLOT said - Our company not only complies with all international standards of the world’s leading airports, but also guarantees the professionalism of the staff and willingness to cooperate and ensure the highest standards of service - said President Wesolowski.

Petra Koselka, CEO of Shell Aviation in Europe, said: We are delighted to have signed agreements that will allow us to deliver fuel to air carriers in the biggest airport in Poland. Along with Katowice and Krakow, Warsaw is the third airport in Poland where we offer aviation fuel since January this year. This expansion is consistent with our growth strategy on key markets.
Before concluding agreements, technical and safety standards of PETROLOT has been inspected by Shell specialists. They have very highly evaluated the competence of PETROLOT, in particular the quality and standards implemented in the company in the field of aviation fuel storage and aircraft refueling.

The Fuel Depot at Warsaw Airport, which is owned by PETROLOT, is equipped with the infrastructure to supply aviation fuel delivered by rail transport. It meets all the stringent technical, technological and environmental requirements applicable at the leading airports in the world. Fuel storage of a total capacity of 9200 m3 allows to handle even threefold increase in the demand for aviation fuel for the Chopin Airport. In accordance with the new strategy of the company, the Fuel Depot is available for each participant in the market on attractive market conditions. These actions are a part of the focusing its activities on aviation fuel storage and aircraft refueling services announced by the company in March this year.

PETROLOT is the largest company in the field of aviation fuel supply, storage and aviation fuel trade in Poland. PETROLOT possesses fuel storage capacity of 20 000 m³, operates in 12 locations in Poland. It also operates 54 tank cars and 154 rail tanks to secure the supply of fuel to the airport depots. In 2012, the company delivered aviation fuel to 1424 domestic and foreign customers. PETROLOT employs 182 highly qualified employees, and possesses a number of quality certificates, including the certificates confirming the highest standards of service performed for air carrier such as ISO 9001 - 2008 and AQAP - 2120:2009. Company started its operations 16 years ago, and since December 21st, 2012 its 100% shareholder is PKN ORLEN SA.

About Shell in Poland
Shell operates in Poland since 1992. Its activity involves the retail sale of fuels, oils and lubricants, wholesale fuel supply to distributors, transport and industry, loyalty program - Shell ClubSmart. Since 2006 in Zabierzów Shell Business Service Centre operates near Krakow, which is one of the largest business services centers operating in Poland and also the entity that stands out in the country in terms of advancement of supported tasks and competences of employees.
At the beginning of 2013 years of Shell Aviation has entered the growing aviation market in Poland. Shell Aviation is engaged in production, sales and distribution of aviation fuels and lubricants, and also offers other services to its customers. Shell Aviation is a leading global supplier of aviation fuels and lubricants with over 100 years of experience. Shell delivers fuel to 800 airports in about 40 countries, including the JFK Airport in New York, London Heathrow, Changi International in Singapore and Hong Kong. Every 12 seconds an aircraft is refueled with Shell fuel. To its customers belong large and small airports and airlines, as well as private and corporate customers.

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