The high street service, which owns more than 1,325 stores and 110 Snappy Snaps franchises throughout the UK and Ireland, made the move to fuelGenie from its former provider because it has no transaction and card fees.
The contract began in March this year and already Timpson has seen a reduction in administration time when it comes to managing the fuel consumption of its 300 vehicle strong fleet.
Robert Pieczka, who became managing director of fuelGenie in June this year, said the new contract was great news for the company.
He commented: “As a business with a 300 vehicle fleet, with an average of 25,000 miles per year per vehicle, we strongly believe that not only will we continue to reduce administration time within Timpson’s business and thus save the business money, but also increase fuel efficiency amongst the fleet.
Clair Vaughan who is fleet manager at the family owned and run firm Timpson, also commented: “We decided to transfer our service to fuelGenie primarily to reduce our transaction and card fees. We’ve already seen a reduction in time spent in the business on admin when it comes to mileage and based on not having to pay the costs of transaction fees we are expecting to see a general saving overall when we pay our first full invoice.”
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