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Smart app from Keyfuels

24 April, 2012

Leading fuel card and fuel management solutions provider Keyfuels has enhanced the service it provides its customers by creating a Site Locator application for smart phones that directs users to their nearest Keyfuels filling station.

The company says the user-friendly application can be easily downloaded free from the App Store and Google Play, available on smart phone home screens. It uses the phones' inbuilt GPS signal and network location to identify the users position, generating a map of the area and their proximity to an appropriate station.

Peter Bridgen, managing director at Keyfuels, commented: ‘The site locator application is a great tool for drivers to be able to quickly and easily find where the nearest Keyfuels station is to them, helping drivers to cut out unnecessary diversions and saving fleets money. The application is part of our continuing drive to improve the service we provide to our customers.

‘The Site locator will help navigate the 2000 plus sites that make up the Keyfuels network, with users being able to isolate stations that specifically tailor for different vehicles from HGVs to LCVs – all of which can be readily accessible through the application.’

Keyfuels hosts the largest wholesale priced network in the UK handling billions of litres of fuel for its clients per year and has seen a significant 40% growth in network size over the last couple of years.

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