Are You Setting Up A New Company? – Infographic

Are You Setting Up A New Company? - Infographic.

 

Are You Setting Up A New Company? – Infographic

 

If you’ve decided to turn your passion into your job or if COVID has forced your hand in going into business for yourself, our fuel cards will enable you to put all your fuel expenses under one manageable account leaving you to focus on making your business a success.

 

What are fuel cards?

One Card, One solution

Fuel cards allow you to purchase fuel, shop goods, and vehicle-related products like lubricants, toll roads, and carwashes. Every card can be linked to a vehicle or driver.
No receipts to collect, just an invoice every two weeks.

 

Fixed Weekly Price

Every Friday we will send you an email with your fuel prices for the next week. No matter what it says on the pumps you pay our price. This helps you effectively budget and estimate potential costs.

 

Take Control

Our online account portal allows you to access your account 24/7 to download and view statements and transaction data. This allows you to see when, where and how much your cards are being used.

 

Why Choose Us?

 

8 Cards, 8000 Stations

We offer cards from major brands including Shell, Texaco, Esso, Keyfuels and UKfuels.
Many of our cards are multi-network so you will be covered wherever you travel in the UK.

 

All you pay for is the fuel

We don’t charge:

  • network fees
  • card fees
  • set up fees
  • transaction fees
  • no minimum spend

Our mobile app and online account portal are also free.

 

Personal Service

Our UK-based call centre is manned by highly-trained and experienced industry professionals who are dedicated to responding quickly to customer requests.

 

Over 45 years in business

We are an award-winning, family business founded in 1976. The key to our longevity has been our commitment to continually evolving our services to fit the changing needs of our customers.

 

 

To find out more go to www.cambriancards.com or call us on 01633 677677

 

Are You Setting Up A New Company? – Infographic