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Allstar named on Crown Commercial Service framework

Paul Holland, managing director for UK Fuel at Fleetcor

Allstar Business Solutions has been reappointed to the Government’s Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) fuel cards and associated services framework.

Allstar has won a place on the new RM6186 framework, which replaces the existing RM6000, making its services available to public sector organisations that fall under the CCS framework.

The CCS provides policies, advice, and commercial services to the public sector that manages the procurement of common goods and services. This is so public sector organisations with similar needs can achieve value by buying as a single customer.

It also increases savings for taxpayers by centralising buying requirements for common goods and services and bringing together smaller projects.

Paul Holland (pictured), managing director of UK Fuel at Allstar Business Solutions, said: “We are thrilled to continue to offer our cost-effective and efficient fuel card solutions to government organisations, and help to further cost and administrative savings to UK police forces, ambulance, fire and rescue services, as well as other government entities into the future.”

Public sector organisations on the framework using Allstar’s solutions will have access to more than 7,000 fuel sites, covering 90% of the UK market.

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