Suttons’ Singapore office has received praise from one of its customers after the successful implementation of a bespoke tank container solution.
Due to a plant shutdown in Europe, the customer needed to source an alternative supply for a product crucial to its operation.
The customer reached out to Suttons International for this project due to the shared values between the two businesses, and Sutton’s reputation for high quality logistics solutions, value, and service.
The sales team based in Singapore worked closely with the customer, including site visits to the production plant and warehousing facilities, to understand the specific needs and intricacies of the project, such as product handling requirements, safety demands, and delivery schedule.
Suttons implemented a logistics solution which enabled this customer to source product from a site in Singapore with no
Suttons implemented a logistics solution which enabled this customer to source product from a site in Singapore with no disruptions to the wider supply chain.
Suttons Tankers recently appointed David Heath as head of fuels and powders to its growing senior leadership team, to build on its recent success in these sectors.
With more than 25 years’ experience in senior management positions, Heath brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise in fuels and powders, which will be a key driver in achieving the business’ growth strategy.
This new role will be centred around the two emerging sectors, placing significant attention on strengthening existing customer relationships, while also expanding in these areas.
Heath will also be focused on reinforcing Suttons’ reputation in the market as a supplier of choice based on its exemplary levels of safety and best in class customer service.
Michael Cundy, managing director of Suttons Tankers, commented: “We are delighted to welcome David Heath to the business. With impressive experience in the industry, he is well placed to strengthen and develop on our recent commercial success in these areas of the business.”