Gleaner Oils again creates ‘fleet of poppies’

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Gleaner Oils will again be displaying poppies across its fleet of commercial vehicles this year to show support for the Remembrance Day commemorations.

The ‘fleet of poppies’ will be a celebration of the communities Gleaner operates in. The poppies will be proudly worn by Gleaner’s entire fleet of 48 fuel tankers, and 12 boiler maintenance vehicles until November 13.

The vehicles operate from 10 depots across Scotland.

Headquartered in Elgin, Gleaner is a neighbour of the RAF base in Lossiemouth and army base in Kinloss. Many of Gleaner’s customers have links to the armed forces, as well as many of the company’s 207 staff.