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Keyfuels expands despite difficult marketplace

Fuel card and fuel management provider Keyfuels has registered a record growth in sites since the beginning of 2013.

In the first half of the year, the company took on 130 new sites. This includes 107 in England and Wales and a further 23 in Scotland.

Peter Bridgen, managing director of Keyfuels, said: “Despite a difficult market, Keyfuels is still growing its network of sites in order to offer the best possible service to our customers, and we hope to continue to grow throughout the year. We’ve listened to the needs of our clients and developed sites in key areas, particularly expanding our network in Scotland.

“Not only that, but we have developed tools to ensure that data capable of helping fleet managers affect the bottom line of a business can be used quickly and easily. This data can be used to identify fluctuations in MPG figures for individual vehicles that could indicate where vehicle maintenance or driver training may be required. The systems can also be used to highlight potential fraudulent activity, along with other things, that could save companies thousands of pounds annually.”    

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