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About Hall Fuels
Hall Fuels has been in business for over 50 years. Throughout
this time there have been many changes within the oil industry and
we have adapted our business strategies to meet these requirements.
Some changes have been legislative and others as a reaction to the
market place we trade in.
Like all oil distributors, Hall Fuels was originally established
to supply the domestic market with heating oil. As primarily a
London based distributor, we saw a downturn in our sales of
domestic heating oil throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. In
addition to this, major oil companies shed their smaller commercial
business, including small drop deliveries to construction
In January 1997, Hall Fuels changed its strategy and philosophy
to become a non-domestic oil distributor, with all efforts being
focused on the commercial sector. Since then we have built our
portfolio of customers within the commercial sector. In particular
we have strong links in the construction industry.
As we concentrate on commercial business only, you can be
assured that our delivery service will remain consistent throughout
the year. Hall Fuels have grown significantly over the last 12
years. However, we still have the same philosophy towards the
personal approach to customer service. You will always be answered
directly by a team member on the phone, there is no call centre, no
switchboard and no multi-choice numbers to dial.
Hall Fuels pride itself on retaining their long-term employees
in all roles within the company. This allows us to focus all staff
on a personal, flexible and professional approach for each
individual customer. Both the Sales and Transport staff are based
in the same office. This allows for quick and efficient
communication to take place should you have any enquiries. We are
regularly complimented on our tanker drivers who are all dedicated
employees of the Hall Fuels team and are not sub-contracted. All
drivers receive rigorous training, both on loading and discharging
of their vehicles, from both a Health and Safety and Environmental