BGS, an international provider of ground handling and aircraft fuelling services, has announced signing a new cooperation agreement with one of the biggest brands in the aviation fuel market – WARTER aviation. In accordance with terms of the partnership, BGS will represent the Polish company in 6 countries across Central and Eastern Europe.
Having signed the latest cooperation agreement, BGS shall now serve as the sole distributor of AVGAS 100LL, UL91 and B91 for wholesale and B2B customers in Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, with more countries to follow in the near future. The high quality gasoline produced by WARTER aviation is mainly used in general aviation by private pilots, aero clubs, airport operators, public services and the military.
“For several years now we have been increasing our focus on the activity in fuelling, liquid ADR transportation and other related fields. This partnership with one of the leading aviation fuel producers in Europe will provide BGS with even greater opportunities to expand our service portfolio and presence in this high potential market,” comments Linas Geguzis, the Chairman of the Board at BGS. “Looking into the future we are planning to establish a network of self-service fuel stations in aerodromes across the CEE and continue providing high quality services for both commercial and general aviation.”
“Being able to operate dedicated fuel stations across Europe is amongst our highest priorities,” says Kamil Skorupski, CEO of WARTER aviation. “We are present in over 80 countries worldwide offering the best fuel to our customers in general aviation. Ensuring that we are working with only the best partners is something that contributes to our success. We are looking forward to providing our existing and new clients with the dedicated fuel station services, delivering the most competitively priced fuel and an unmatched quality. WARTER aviation is a leading industry supplier of all range of AVGAS and dedicated racing fuels.”
Each month, BGS provides over 20 000 tons of aviation fuel to its customers in Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga, Riga, Warsaw, Krakow, Katowice, as well as Zhukovsky, Boryspil, Kiev, Odessa and Lviv airport.