Bus Company adopts SulNOxEco™ Fuel Conditioner following consistent weekly fuel consumption improvements over a 2-month evaluation period

(Aquis Stock Exchange: SNOX)

The board of the directors of the Company (the “Board”) is pleased to announce fleet wide adoption of SulNOxEco™ Fuel Conditioner following positive evaluation results from Lowveld Bus Service, based in Lephalale, South Africa. Lowveld Bus Service www.lowveldbus.co.za is a subsidiary of South Africa’s Imperial Group www.imperiallogistics.com, which in turn is a DP World company www.dpworld.com

Lowveld Bus Service operates a growing fleet of over 170 buses currently consuming some 2 million litres of diesel/pa whilst servicing the Department of Transport and various clients at the Medupi Power Station and Exxaro Grootgeluk Coal Mine. Following a benefit validation program Lowveld Bus Service has now adopted SulNOxEco™ across its entire fleet, a testament that SulNOxEco™ can resolve fuel problems extensively experienced continent-wide in Africa.

Hilton McCabe, Director of SulNOx introducer, M&R Consol stated: “Lowveld Bus Service ran a selection of 10 buses in a benefit validation program. During this period, average fuel consumption was monitored, and a weekly improving trend of savings was recorded. The buses selected all ran smoothly, with drivers commenting on the improved performance and reduced smoke from the exhausts.”

Robyn-Leigh Hudson, who supervised the program at Lowveld Bus Service added: “Since adopting fuel conditioning with SulNOxEco™ in our onsite bulk tank, we have recorded significant fuel consumption improvements for the fleet operating from our depot in Lephalale. Keeping our buses running efficiently is essential to smooth operations and planning for our company. We are very happy with the performance of SulNOxEco™ in our fleet, and have now expanded treatment to all our other commercial buses, plant and generators”

Jimmy Redman, Inventor of the SulNOxEco™ technology commented: “Sales into Africa continue to gather strong momentum. This positive feedback on fuel consumption improvements from another new customer in Africa, comes on top of the problem-solving abilities for inconsistent fuel qualities announced recently. Operators are enjoying the improved combustion, lubricity, detergency and the emulsification of free water to provide improved fuel consumption, emissions and smoother running engines with increased fleet availability. SulNOx is again living up to the Further, Faster, Cleaner motto.”

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SulNOx Group plc
Steven Cowin, Director

Allenby Capital Limited
(AQSE Corporate Adviser)
Nick Harriss / John Depasquale
Tel: 020 3328 5656