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UK Fuels rolls out new card range

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Fuel card provider UK Fuels has unveiled four new branded cards aimed at better meeting the needs of the diverse UK fleet sector.

The company says it will help businesses increase operational efficiency, by providing a choice of products built on different pricing and network acceptance structures, all tailored to the needs of individual business fleet types.

For example, its new Fleetone fuel card is aimed at car and van fleets operating nationally and provides access to 2,900 filling stations across the country.

Meanwhile, Truckone - for larger vehicles - has a network incorporating a large number of truck stops and HGV-specific sites and offers competitive wholesale pricing.

Bill Holmes, founder of UK Fuels, says the move is important to ensure UK Fuels continues to meet its customers’ needs. 

He said: “The main point of this new product launch is to better serve different segments of the UK fleet market, which have vastly different needs. 

“We are consistently trying to improve our services, with the intention of meeting all of our customers’ requirements.

“We have worked with all kinds of fleets in the past and felt that it was time to create cards that were specifically targeted for each market.”

The four new cards are:

  • Fuelplus (pictured above), for locally operated car fleets and light commercial vehicles offering competitive pricing and online tools that aims to maximise driving efficiency.
  • Truckone, specifically designed for HGV, LGV and coach fleets.
  • BunkerPlus, for fleets and large hauliers that use high volumes of diesel and want to buy their own diesel in bulk and store it within the UK Fuels network.
  • Fleetone, for car and van fleets of all sizes operating across the UK.

Each fuel card comes fully integrated with UK Fuels’ online account management system, Velocity.


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  • training - 31/03/2015 13:45

    I have a multi fuel fleet. UK fuels charged me more than the pump price when I drew unleaded for my company car. They were fully aware of my fuel needs when I signed up with them. The cards took an eternity to arrive, the first garage I spent £200.00 to find that the cards were not valid there, yet I was assured most garages accepted them. I used my own debit card to pay. I have withdrawn the cards from my drivers, very bad experience all round. I

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