Magnum Logistics charge a fuel adjustment factor (FAF) monthly which varies depending on the price of fuel each month. The following scale table represents the fuel adjustment by reference to the average regional pump price. The information is drawn from www.theAA.com and can be found on the AA website. The report on the AA website (South East, litre price) is published in arrears and the fuel escalator is applied on the third month. For example, January fuel percentage will be applied in March and so on.

Current Month Avg. Pump Price Diesel (£) FAF%
May 20 1.253
Avg. Pump Price Diesel (£) FAF %
Min Max
1.190 1%
1.191 1.23 2%
1.231 1.27 3%
1.271 1.31 4%
1.311 1.35 5%
1.351 1.39 6%
1.391 1.43 7%
Avg. Pump Price Diesel (£) FAF %
Min Max
1.431 1.47 8%
1.471 1.51 9%
1.511 1.55 10%
1.551 1.59 11%
1.591 1.63 12%
1.631 1.67 13%
1.67 1.71 14%

       

 

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