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Euro Garages extends deal with Fairbanks
Published:  05 August, 2015

Top 50 Indie Euro Garages has extended its relationship with Fairbanks, the fuel management specialist, by signing a five-year contract for the real-time monitoring of its forecourt network.

The service that Fairbanks provides includes the transfer of ‘business critical’ data to third party service providers to assist Euro Garages in optimising its fuel ordering and fuel pricing strategy.

Mohsin Issa, managing director of Euro Garages, said the company carried out a review of alternative wetstock management service providers and selected Fairbanks, “as the provider most able to meet our requirements for loss detection, data integration, reliability, quality of customer service and importantly value for money”.

Bob Conlin, managing director, Fairbanks, said: “We are delighted that Euro Garages has chosen us as one of its business-critical partners and we look forward to working closely with the company to embed more of our intelligent solutions in support of its expanding network.”

Guy Bickerstaffe, regional manager, Euro Garages, said: “We are very pleased to have secured the Fairbanks service for another five years. As we continue our rapid business growth, it is reassuring to have Fairbanks protecting our fuel stock, enabling us to operate as efficiently as possible.”

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