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English Español Esso Card acceptance grows in The Netherlands

25 Esso-branded sites have been added to the network in January and February this year, following the addition of 87 stations in 2018.



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Leading fuel card provider, WEX Europe Services, has seen significant growth for Esso Card acceptance in the Netherlands. This was achieved through ExxonMobil’s branded wholesalers growing the Esso branded fuel station network.

The new forecourts, of which more are planned throughout 2019, will help businesses improve fleet and route efficiency by providing drivers with a greater choice of locations when travelling throughout the country.

The new sites improve Esso Card coverage across the country, particularly in areas such as Amsterdam, Den Haag and Utrecht. In addition to the Dutch network expansion, ExxonMobil and their branded wholesalers will also be looking at growing forecourt numbers in Belgium, with more filling stations expected to start accepting Esso Card soon.

The newly added sites give businesses greater freedom in their daily operations, while the expanded choice of forecourts allows Esso Card customers to minimise the amount of time they spend looking for places to refuel – so reducing the need for detours and shortening journey times. The expansion will also make the use of Esso Card easier for fleet managers, allowing them to reap additional benefits that include reduced administration time, consolidated, VAT-compliant invoicing and access to Esso Synergy fuel.

“We are excited to bring the benefits of an expanded Esso Card acceptance network to our customers located or operating in the Netherlands and, soon, the wider Benelux region,” states David Holdcroft, European Sales Director at WEX Europe Services. “With this latest expansion, it is more convenient for drivers to refuel and route deviations are minimised, resulting in time and money savings for our customers.”

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