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Gull New Zealand Unaffected by Refining NZ Shutdown

Gull New Zealand Unaffected by Refining NZ Shutdown

Auckland, 16 April 14 - Following calls from commercial fuel buyers Gull New Zealand confirmed that it was totally unaffected by the shutdown at Refining NZ.

Gull sources fuel independently for its customers and the company’s growing North Island network of manned, drive-thru and marina sites.

Gull purchases petrol and diesel in Singapore and transports the fuels to the Port of Tauranga where it is distributed to Gull outlets.

Gull today confirmed that it had ample fuel stocks and that the company did not rely on Refining NZ for supply.

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