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UK Fuels to showcase at The Public Sector Show following CCS approved supplier status

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UK Fuels will showcase its dedicated public sector offering at The Public Sector Show, after being named as a CCS approved supplier.

The company will exhibit its plans to target “significant savings for the public sector” at Excel’s Public Sector Show for the first time this month.

The company will build on the success of the previous framework, which included winning a contract for the National Procurement Service (NPS) as the approved fuel card supplier for the Welsh public sector.

UK Fuels’ regional director Jonathan Haseler said; “We are targeting an ambitious rate of growth in the public sector by supporting stakeholders with the task of demonstrating value at a time when fuel prices have been increasingly volatile.

“Technology and innovation are at the heart of everything we do, and we complement our range of fuel card offerings with our industry-leading management portal, Velocity. As well as being an effective reporting suite, this system enables organisations to integrate their cards with our additional innovative products, such as our recently launched Vehicle Check app, to further drive savings and maximise value.”

The Public Sector Show will be held on June 26 at the ExCel in London and is organised by GovNet, the UK’s leading public sector events supplier. UK Fuels will be available on stand D14.


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