A fuel card reader at the Duncan Adams site in Falkirk

New fuelling system built for Duncan Adams

Published:  05 October, 2015

Leading commercial fuelling specialist Cameron Forecourt upgraded the fuelling management control system for transport and distribution firm Duncan Adams in Falkirk, Scotland.

The company installed and commissioned a new system to replace a 15-year-old system which was no longer cost-effective to maintain.

The new system has been configured to accept fuel bunkering cards from Key Fuels but is capable of the accepting the full range should further options be required. It allows for full traceability of all fuel drawings across the company's extensive customer base.

With clients of all sizes and requirements, Duncan Adams can keep a full audit on all drawings at any time.

Duncan Adams Director Eric Adams said: ‘The new system provided by Cameron Forecourt has resulted in notable cost and convenience benefits for us.

‘Our on-site system was becoming both dated and a drain on resources, with maintenance and additional costs adding to the cost required to keep it going. The new system made perfect sense.'

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