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Oil companies choose ICE European fuel card

A FIVE-year deal to run a pan-European fuel card for a consortium of oil companies has been won by International Card Enterprises. The agreement extends a relationship between the firm, formerly Harpur Card Services, and the oil companies stretching back to 1990.

The firm was renamed ICE in April. Its former parent company, Harpur UK was bought by PHH Vehicle Management Services last year, but the card services division was not part of the deal. In the extended fuel card agreement, ICE, which has an annual turnover of £10 million, will provide software and infrastructure to process the PAN Europe Card, used by oil firms including Texaco and Elf. ICE provides a central management facility for the card, which covers 25 different currencies and the Euro.

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