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Stairlift and homelift manufacturer Stannah has embarked upon an important trial to reduce emissions from its corporate fleet.

The company has partnered with SulNOx, the hydrocarbon fuel emulsification specialists, to trial the SulNOxEco Fuel Conditioner in 40 vehicles based at its South West England and South Wales branch.

SulNOxEco Fuel Conditioner emulsifies hydrocarbon fuels to ensure more efficient combustion, reducing harmful particulate matter, NOx gases, soot, carbon and other air pollutants.

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The trial has been launched with a view to extending the programme to all 700 vehicles in the Stannah fleet.

Jon Stannah, Group Managing Director, said of the trial, “As a 154 year-old family business, sustainability is something we care passionately about.

“We know that sustainability is not a one-time fix, that it is about urgent and constant efforts to lessen our impact on the environment.

“We are delighted to be trialling the SulNOx product which could pave the way for a rapid and significant reduction in our fleet emissions.”

Ben Richardson, CEO of SulNOx commented: “We are very pleased to be partnering with Stannah and helping to them tackle one of their biggest sustainability priorities.

“SulNOxEco Fuel Conditioner is already proven by our large haulage users to save money on reduced fuel and maintenance bills whist simultaneously cutting emissions dramatically.

“By using SulNOx in the Stannah van and car fleets, we will be further demonstrating the versatility of our green technologies.”

Martin Carter, Group Information Systems Director at Stannah, adds, “We have already made great strides in reducing carbon emissions from our fleet through telematics, improved driver behaviour and ongoing driver training.

“Together this has delivered an annual reduction in vehicle emissions of over 150,000kg.

“SulNOx is an innovative yet simple product that could help us make yet another step change in reducing our impact on the environment.”

Founded in 1867, Stannah has grown to have a turnover in excess of £260 million, now employing over 2000 people and providing stairlifts, commercial passenger lifts, service lifts and goods lifts to a global customer base.

In July it began rolling out its innovative digital platform in France, Spain, Italy and Portugal following a successful launch in the UK and US. The platform allows customers to book a visit from a Stannah representative and buy its life-changing products online at the click of a button from the safety and convenience of their own home.

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