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Internet reporting service as Total aims to double fuel card business

FUEL provider Total this week launched a new internet-based reporting service for fleet customers as part of a four-year plan to double the size of its fuel card business.

The e-Reporting service for firms using its fuel card, called TotalCard, allows companies to take a detailed look at fuel costs and create bespoke reports according to cost centres or card users.

Errors in mileage or registered fuel use can automatically be highlighted by the system, to ensure fleet decision-makers have an accurate picture of fuel economy and costs.

Total already offers internet-based billing and allows fleets to order, amend and cancel fuel cards through its website, www.totalcard.co.uk, which is set to be relaunched over the coming months.

A spokesman for the firm said: 'Between 2000 and 2004 we are planning to double the volume of fuel sold from 200 million litres to 400 million litres and increase the number of fuel card users we have from the current level of 170,000.

'We are focusing on service to ensure we provide the most relevant and useful products to the fleet industry.'

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