CSC Announce Additional Fuel Card Sites in Northern Ireland CSC, a leading provider of fuel cards, are proud to announce sixteen new fuel cards sites in Northern Ireland in addition to their 1400 stations across the UK and Europe.
News-Antique.com - Jul 18,2010 - Co. Armagh, United Kingdom (July 09, 2010) – CSC, a leading provider of fuel cards, are proud to announce sixteen new fuel cards sites in Northern Ireland in addition to their 1400 stations across the UK and Europe.
CSC has recently added sixteen new Topaz sites to its fuel network. These sites are ideal for the non-HGV vehicles, for example couriers and vans. Many of the local towns in Northern Ireland supply filling stations, making them easily accessible for a driver.
CSC is a family run company which formed in 1993; they attribute their success to their dedication in providing a quick and easy service for their clientele. A fuel card is essentially a credit card except a driver only uses it to purchase fuel and there is no minimum spend required. CSC believe that there are many benefits when using a business fuel card as they allow an employer to know how much petrol is required for a journey, track where the employee is and means drivers don’t have to initially pay out and then claim back petrol money.
Craig Anderson of CSC commented: “Topaz is a leader in their field, and we are proud to say we have a strong working affiliation with them. Our relationship in the Republic of Ireland has led to us developing the CSC name and bringing cost effective fuel cards to the drivers and travellers in Northern Ireland. Unlike most fuel companies, we don’t charge a fee for the fuel card. We have a range of cards available depending on the needs of the client, and we guarantee a price that cannot be beaten”.
For more information about CSC and their range of fuel cards across the UK and Europe, visit their website http://www.fuelcards.com/ or telephone 02838 842832.
Fuelcards.com is owned by CSC Group. CSC Group is a family-owned business, which currently owns one of the largest fuel cards in Ireland and continues to grow, with annual turnover of 40 million litres of fuel.