Toll drivers dispute – BP fuel deliveries in Northland
Toll drivers dispute – BP fuel deliveries in
In response to recent media attention, BP
wishes to make its position clear in relation to the
on-going dispute between Toll Carriers and some of their
employees. BP is not involved in this dispute; it is an
employment issue between Toll and some of their
Toll Carriers deliver fuel on behalf of BP to
customers and retail sites in Northland and is part of the
Toll Group organisation. BP does not set the pay rates in
relation to this dispute. BP has broad and consistent
distribution agreements across the country, as well as
operating its own fleet. Toll Carriers forms part of this
BP maintains its position as a
good employer across all its business channels.
respect and acknowledge the freedom of expression and are
aware of on-going strike and protest action at some of our
sites. We also maintain an obligation and priority to ensure
a safe and accessible environment for both our staff and
During this dispute, BP also maintains
its right to utilise alternative distribution agreements to
ensure continuity of supply to BP customers in Northland.
BP’s focus is its customers and we don’t envisage
disruption to our supply.
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