TMC has revealed that its ongoing international expansion will see the business open an office in Amsterdam, in response to further growth.
TMC now services employees in 38 countries across the globe, extending across South Africa, North America, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman and Qatar.
Last year saw the appointment of Álvaro Bonnardeaux, international sales market director for Belgium, France, Germany and Spain. In response to further growth in international demand, the company plans to open an office in Amsterdam in 2019.
For international businesses, TMC offers advantages in terms of visibility, control and harmonisation. By offering a fuel card that is accepted in every market, TMC also enables businesses to simplify and streamline supply chains
TMC’s managing director Paul Hollick (pictured) said: “At the core of our service is data. By consolidating multiple data streams from multiple suppliers and markets and translating it into one common ‘language’, we enable businesses to have a single view of their entire fleet that can be split by market, region, department and individual.
“This enables international fleet managers to have a clear view of how each markets’ fleet is performing and take steps to optimise the fleet – be it trip data, fuel, leasing, asset utilisation, employee eligibility or occupational road risk.”