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Euro Garages does deal for Fairbanks' service

03 July, 2012
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Wet-stock management provider Fairbanks has entered into an agreement with Euro Garages to provide the Top 50 Indie with a real-time wet-stock management service.

The deal will see Euro Garages take advantage of Fairbanks' intelligent real-time data collection and monitoring service following the installation of the Fairbanks ibank technology at all 74 service stations.

Euro Garages managing director Mohsin Issa said: "A wet-stock management service such as Fairbanks' is critical when managing a petrol retail network. Their real-time service allows us to have access to valuable, intelligent information and reporting tools, as well as providing peace of mind that any potential wet-stock issues will be identified and resolved quickly."

Michelle King, Fairbanks' operations director for the UK and Ireland, said: "Euro Garages is a very successful and dynamic business and we are excited to be working closely with them as they continue to expand their network."

The deal with Euro Garages follows other high-profile retailer signings by Fairbanks, such as its recent signing with Greater London-based Motor Fuel Group.

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