How to fight fuel corruption with the implementation of a fuel marking programme
Whether it is brand reputation, loss of tax revenue or environmental damage, fuel dilution, smuggling, adulteration and counterfeiting all directly impacts brand owners, governments and consumers.
Although global illicit fuel sales vary widely, it is estimated to be in the region of $150bn per annum. This represents direct losses to governments and brand owners and is money that goes straight into the pockets of criminals to fund further illegal activities.
It is proven that a legitimate fuel marking program can recover this revenue for governments and brand owners, as well as ensure that supply chains are secure moving forward.