Certas Energy acquires Haven gas station

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The site is located at the Port of Felixstowe and the company has embarked on an extensive redevelopment with its latest improvements.


Certas Energy has announced its acquisition of Haven Service Station at the Port of Felixstowe. The site is located within the very perimeter of the port, which annually handles more than 4 million twenty-foot equivalent units. As the company said, it’s an “essential heavy-duty refueling spot.”

The company has embarked on an extensive redevelopment of the site which will follow the plan set out by its facility at the Port of Southampton, which opened in 2020. The improvements are designed to help increase productivity and improve conditions for drivers after a difficult period for logistics. industry. These include the installation of high-speed pumps that dispense up to 120 liters per minute, as well as cashless payment terminals at each pump.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed just how dependent the UK is on the transport and logistics industries. Certas Energy is incredibly proud to be investing in UK infrastructure for the long term in the face of today’s logistics and supply chain challenges,” said Richard Billington, Director of Road Services at Certas Energy.

The station will be equipped to offer diesel and AdBlue as well as cleaner burning diesel alternatives such as Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) and Shell GTL fuel. The company is committed to supporting its customers in the energy transition and helping fleet managers prepare for Net Zero Carbon 2050.

“Our expanding road service network sets the standard for driver facilities, and the modernization of the Haven site will provide drivers with a safer, easier and more seamless refueling experience. Alongside the Port of Southampton and the iconic Hollies truck stop, Haven Service Station will become a new flagship site, designed to meet the current and future needs of the container logistics industry,” added Billington.

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