Sponsored: AS24 network in UK&IRL has reached 100 stations

AS24 Station

For more than 30 years, AS 24, subsidiary of the TOTAL group, has specialised in fuel distribution and services to transport professionals.

Represented in 29 countries, AS24 has been committed to the transport and logistics business. Europe's leading distributor of diesel fuel and AdBlue® for HGVs, and now Gas with our CNG and LNG offer, our network has more than 1,200 stations and 15,000 partner stations and keeps growing. 

We know time is an important criterion for transporters, that's why AS24 optimises yours, with stations close to strategic locations, so that you don't have to travel unnecessary kilometres.

100 stations in UK&IRL

In order to continue to be as close as possible to the transporters, and to offer them a service that is ever more adapted to their needs, our network of stations continues to grow. In January 2021, the AS24 UK&IRL network reached the symbolic number of 100 stations.

To find the exact address of our stations please go to our Station Finder or download Driver app

A new service

AS24 offers a new service to its customers: the possibility to access to the secure parking at its Sutterton Truck Stop service station, located in Boston, using the AS24 and Eurotrafic cards, to spend the night there. This service is in addition to the other services already offered in Sutterton Truck Stop station, such as a restaurant, a shop, a Truck Centre and showers; drivers can also refuel with Diesel, AdBlue and Red Diesel.

Sutterton Truck Stop

TruckEast plants a tree for every Scania it sells

Scania dealer TruckEast has committed to planting and maintaining one tree for each retail Scania truck sold.

The idea to create a TruckEast Woodland originated from a series of sustainability workshops the dealership held in 2019, where employees from across the business joined together to learn more about sustainability projects both by Scania and those driven by TruckEast itself. Staff suggested ways that they could contribute to sustainability work on a local level.

The initiative has been kick-started with the planting of one tree for every truck sold in 2020 so far.

TruckEast MD John Biggin (pictured) said: “For a long time, we have looked to future-proof our business in terms of services, infrastructure and our people. But now more than ever, we have to review the impact we are leaving behind for future generations. Planting a tree for every Scania sold today, maybe a drop in the ocean, but it’s a step towards a better future and just one of the initiatives that TruckEast is introducing.”

The dealer hopes to eventually cover 1 acre of land with native species such as English Oak and Hornbeam.