These are the haulier's trump cards. Fuel cards will be featured at Transpotec offering a significant range of services. Among those featured at the exhibition are Acton, Q8 and Tamoil.
Acton is presenting its card and the benefits associated with it at Transpotec. These include the option of paying for refuelling in instalments: with the Acton Fuel Card, the company's fuel card, refuelling can be paid in instalments for up to 60 days, ideal for all those who are VAT registered, from small single-vehicle businesses to large fleets.
The card is activated free of charge, has no annual fees and does not require a minimum expenditure. It provides hauliers with numerous useful services which can be activated from its portal or via the App and is eligible for cost deduction and VAT deduction on fuel via electronic invoice. It can be used without time limits at authorised fuel stations across Italy.
There is a choice of the physical card version or the virtual one, used via the mobile app, eliminating the risks associated with loss/theft/cloning. Card safety is further guaranteed by the options of customising spending limits, checking disbursements made in real time online and receiving email alerts at every refuelling.
Q8 has also confirmed its participation in Transpotec will be an opportunity to meet major industry companies and promote the latest developments in mobility.
The company continues its ongoing work toward digitalising its fleet management services. CartissimaQ8 and RecardQ8 fuel cards have been developed, aiming to meet refuelling needs in an innovative, safe way, guaranteeing smooth operations for users, facilitating refuelling through electronic payment solutions and completely touchless fuel pump unlocking.
Notably, CartissimaQ8 has been the star of a re-engineering process that has led to the management platform CartissimaWeb being restyled, increasingly connected with refuelling stations. With its customisable, user-friendly dashboard, CartissimaWeb will soon be able to monitor CO2 emissions. Fleet managers will be able to monitor the impact of their work and make conscious choices to reduce their carbon footprint.
In addition, Q8 is aware of the expansion of electric in corporate fleet mobility and is at the forefront of integrating electric fleet vehicle charging into refuelling options. It will actually be possible to carry out and pay for charging services for the fleets' electric vehicles via the CartissimaQ8 APP.
At Transpotec, Tamoil will be presenting two different types of fuel payment cards, specifically designed to maximise convenience for companies and professionals when they need to refuel in Italy. Both allow for electronic invoices to be issued, valid for reclaiming VAT, and Tamoil fuel and lubricant purchases, plus they are completely free and safe as they only operate within a telematic circuit with high security standards. Through the login area, the options of monitoring your transactions and viewing consumption statistics and the best prices on the Tamoil network are guaranteed. The Tamoil Corporate mycard is the most widely used Tamoil card in companies, where it is appreciated for its extreme convenience. It allows for monthly limits to be managed, including setting limits on individual cards, it offers payment extensions and allows electronic invoices to be issued every 15 days with consumption details. The Tamoil Ricaricabile mycard features more simplified, streamlined and faster management: just a few clicks on the Tamoil website and an initial top up to receive it at the office. So it is the ideal solution for companies with fleets of all sizes, but also for professionals with only one vehicle. It has no minimum or maximum monthly consumption limit and is easily topped up through the dedicated login area, with the option of getting great discounts depending on your charging.
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