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Allstar partners with Governments’ Crown Commercial Service

Allstar has partnered with Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as a primary supplier to help Government, public and third sector reduce costs.

The partnership, formed under the new new Framework Agreement RM6000 for Fuel Cards and Associated Services, will continue the “strong relationship” that has been in place for more than 15 consecutive years, it said.  

Fleetcor UK’s chief operating officer, Paul Holland, said: “Government organisations can now continue to benefit from Allstar’s cost-effective and efficient service proposition.”

Fuel Cards have reportedly saved over £1.3 million for UK police forces, £900,000 for ambulance services and £80,000 for fire and rescue services annually.

Crown Commercial Services’ deputy director Matthew Sparkes said: “The continuation of our successful, enduring relationship with Allstar will continue to help provide financial benefits and efficiencies to public sector customers, whether they have a large vehicle fleet requiring use of the new service, maintenance and repair solution or the local school with a fuel card for their minibus.”

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  • Neil - 15/05/2018 12:26

    Suppliers are permitted to charge transaction fees despite the significant potential business opportunity access to CCS customers provides. This can result in a poor deal for CCS customers, great for suppliers.

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