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FuelGenie named as Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supplier

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After a successful bidding process, FuelGenie has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) RM6000 Fuel Cards and Associated Services Framework.

Following a “robust” tendering process, the company is one of the few new suppliers on the list, and the “only dedicated supermarket fuel card provider listed on the framework”.

FuelGenie’s managing director Robert Pieczka said: “This is a great achievement for fuelGenie. Not only have we been recognised by the government as a credible, leading industry supplier of fuel cards, but this also gives credit to our team who work tirelessly to ensure we reach exceptional levels of customer satisfaction.

"As this is our first time on the framework, we expect significant new demand from public sector organisations.”

Operated by the government, the Fuel Cards and Associated Services Framework Agreement offers a multi supplier solution for the provision of a range of fuel cards and associated services, providing regional, nationwide and European coverage.

Crown Commercial Services’ deputy director Matthew Sparkes said: “The Fuel Cards and Associated Services agreement will continue to help provide financial benefits and efficiencies to public sector customers, whether they have a large vehicle fleet or are a local school requiring a fuel card for their minibus.”

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