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Rotrex Winches agree new deal with Fuel Card Services

Rotrex Winches have signed a deal with Fuel Card Services, which will provide drivers with fixed price BP and Texaco fuel cards.

The company has depots in London, Derby and Glasgow, from which 18 cars and 12 LCVs are based.

Alan Coxon, finance manager, said: “When our previous supplier suddenly started to add £2 to every refuelling, around 15 months ago, they had to go. It was already an issue that we were having to pay pump prices, so we had a good look at alternatives. Fuel Card Services looked like the best deal and it has proven to be the right decision. We are now enjoying significant cost savings and receiving real personal service.”
Rotrex now uses BP and Texaco fuel cards and refuels with both diesel and petrol using fixed weekly pricing.
Coxon is notified every Friday of the fixed prices for the coming week, which will apply across nationwide networks of thousands of refuelling sites.
He added: "Everything is well set up and runs very smoothly. If we ever do have a request or query, I call our dedicated account manager, Joanne, on her direct line and everything is resolved quickly and efficiently. It makes a real difference, always talking to the same person and receiving such efficient personal service.


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