Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) has been awarded three contracts by Shell for provision of its Site Automation with Tokheim Fuel POS, DX Retail and comprehensive long-term support services across more than 1,100 sites in the UK, Hungary and South Africa.
The Tokheim Fuel POS is an electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) and forecourt controller (FCC) system that helps manage all aspects of fuel and retail business.
Using a touchscreen interface, the Tokheim Fuel POS connects with all other systems on a service station, including dispensers, indoor and outdoor payment, CCTV, tank level gauges, back office systems, car wash and EV chargers, as well as offering extended c-store capabilities, such as in-store self-checkout kiosks.
DX Retail enables fuel retailers to manage and update their Tokheim Fuel POS systems securely and efficiently, thereby providing a high degree of flexibility in personalizing the consumer experience.
Running on Microsoft Azure, it is able to drive updates to multiple Fuel POS systems across a network with the touch of a button from any web-enabled device.
The implementation of the DFS site automation solution will be managed by DFS through its local partners in the three regions. For the UK and South Africa, the local roll out will be championed by TSG. In Hungary, the work will be carried out by Laurel, with the Head Office and Back Office System (HOS BOS) supplied by ICASA.
Kurt Dillen, VP, Global Business Development at DFS, said, “The award of these contracts is a significant achievement for DFS and further solidifies our long-standing collaboration with Shell. It also demonstrates Shell’s recognition of DFS’ proven ability to provide quality, continuous improvement and innovative, state-of-the art products for the energy and retail market.”