Co. Armagh, United Kingdom (21 January, 2011) – CSC, leading UK and European provider of fuel card services, have added a new site to their network at Ballyconnell, Co Cavan.
The new site is open for 24 hour, fully-automated use, with an MCS online terminal, which will allow drivers to top-up their fuel at any time. The site is located at Cassidy’s Service Station, right on the border between Fermanagh and Cavan. This is ideal for passing drivers who will be travelling through the night, or for customers from Fermanagh who travel to the border to fill up.
Since it was established in 1993, CSC has become a leading business fuel cards supplier to the transport industry and other industries in the UK and Ireland. They provide fuel cards which can be used at over 1200 sites across the nation. This new site will allow drivers by the Fermanagh/Cavan border to benefit from CSC’s fuel cards.
“The success we have achieved during our career is proof that there is significant demand for our fuel cards, and this new site is an exciting new addition to our chain,” commented Craig Anderson of CSC. “Fuel cards can make a huge difference, as it requires you to carry no cash and offers a fast, efficient service. We look forward to seeing how people take to the new site at Cassidy’s Service Station in Ballyconnell, and sure it will go from strength to strength.”
To find out more about CSC’s expanding network of fuelling stations and their fuel card services, go to www.fuelcards.com or ring 02838 842832.
Fuelcards.com is owned by CSC Group. CSC Group is a family-owned business, which currently owns one of the largest fuel cards providers in Ireland and continues to grow, with annual turnover of 40 million litres of fuel.
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