Current status: We remain open at all locations, nationwide.
With the rapidly changing nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, information and advice can change quickly. This page offers our latest updates to customers.
We remain open for business to support our domestic, commercial and agricultural customers across the country. Our sales teams in all locations remain operational, with the vast majority of our office-based colleagues now working from home, in accordance with government guidelines.
You’ll still be able to reach us between 8am and 5:30pm on your usual local depot number to place orders, although many of our depots are experiencing very high call volumes at this time. Please bear with us – we’re working hard to help as many customers as we can, and we thank you all for your patience at this time.
We’re also continuing to deliver from all of our locations nationwide, but have made some important changes to ensure deliveries are contactless. Read more>
COVID-19 Update: Tankscout installations and service visits to resume from 1st June 2020
Wednesday 27th May 2020
We are pleased to confirm that new installations and service visits for our Tankscout fuel monitoring device will resume from Monday 1st June 2020.
COVID-19 Update: Tankscout installations postponed
Friday 27th March 2020
In line with government guidance to minimise non-essential contact, all forthcoming Tankscout device installations or removal visits have now been postponed until further notice.
COVID-19 update: Important Watson Boiler Service update
Thursday 26th March 2020
In line with government guidance, we’re taking steps to minimise non-essential contact for our Boiler Service engineers.
World Fuel Services Covid-19 update: Serving customers is at the heart of what we do.
Tuesday 17th March 2020
As the COVID-19 global crisis continues to evolve, we wanted to update you further on additional activities and practices we are employing to serve you, our customers.
You can count on us to be prepared - How World Fuel Services is prepared for uncertainty
Friday 13th March 2020
There is currently a lot of volatility and confusion in the markets for power, natural gas and liquid fuels. Along with the developing global response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak it is clear that we could all be dealing with significant uncertainty over the next few months.