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Inverness-based Highland Fuels steps back into card sector

By Philip Murray

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A FUEL distributor based in Inverness has re-entered the fuel card sector.

Highland Fuels has teamed up with UK Fuels and Key Fuels to offer its customers a better option for purchasing their fleet fuel.

“At the core of Highland Fuels is the desire to bring our customers the most reliable, cost-effective fuel solutions,” said Stephen Rhodes, managing director of Highland Fuels.

“Our fuel cards offer businesses a nationwide accessible fuelling network, reducing their costs and administration time, and helping to optimise driver and vehicle performance.”

The firm believes that what will set its return to the sector apart from other fuel card providers is its “transparent pricing process” and lack of hidden administration charges. The cards are also issued for free.

“Fuel cards can bring significant savings to customers both in fuel costs and admin time,” said sales director Pamela Maclean.

“We have developed our offer with the customer in mind, so we provide excellent customer service alongside one of the largest networks of forecourts available.

“We want to take away the complexity, confusion, hidden costs and supply issues that some customers experience with their fuel cards. With over 60 years’ experience in delivering fuel solutions, we’re confident that our new fuel cards do just that.”

Thousands of forecourts are part of the network, meaning card-holders can find branded fuel options such as Esso, Shell and BP, alongside supermarket brands including Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s.

The network can be found on the site finder app. For more, visit www.highlandfuels.co.uk or email cardservices@highlandfuels.co.uk

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