Moto has recently signed a five-year contract with wet-stock management specialists Fairbanks, spanning its 45 motorway service stations across the UK.
The deal followed a four-month pilot programme that demonstrated the benefits of the Fairbanks real-time, analyst service.
The transition of the Moto network on to the new service went smoothly and was completed within the agreed time frame and now all of the Moto sites are protected 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Margaret Erwin, head of forecourts for Moto, said: "I was particularly impressed with Fairbanks’ attention to detail which ensured that the pilot ran smoothly and helped us make the decision to award the contract to Fairbanks."
Matthew Lloyd, regional manager at Fairbanks. commented: "Moto places particular emphasis on health and safety compliance and we are confident that through our meticulous monitoring of their sites, we will help them to deliver this."