A Fuel Card for Your Courier Business

Courier businesses are an essential part of our society today. Whether you’re waiting for an important piece of mail or an exciting package to arrive at your door, courier businesses are the middlemen who keep our world running.

If you own a courier business, there’s no doubt that fueling your fleet is always on your mind. A fuel card may be just the solution you need for a more efficient operation. Here, we’ve listed a few of the benefits that a fuel card program can bring to your business, as well as information about our very own program.

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Benefits of a Fuel Card for your Courier Business

A fleet fuel card program allows you to order and provide fuel cards to your drivers. As opposed to a traditional business credit card. Fuel cards can only be used in certain locations and come with safety features like individual driver PINs to reduce fraud and track expenses.

Fleet cards can be helpful when tracking your fuel costs. You’ll be able to see exactly which driver fueled up at which station, how much they spent, and what they purchased. It’s easy to run reports from your centralized online portal, so you can view statistics and data from every driver in your fleet, all in one place. Since the cost of fuel can change on a dime, having access to this data is critical when planning your budget and tracking your overall expenses.

A fuel card for your courier business is also ideal because they can help you make your operation more cost-effective. You won’t have to worry about hefty annual fees that you may encounter with a standard business credit card.  

Last but not least, fuel cards can help you streamline your day-to-day operations. Through your program’s tracking software, you can get important information about your fleet’s fuel usage and mileage. 

Guttman Energy’s Fleet Cards

There are plenty of fleet card programs to choose from, but you’re not likely to find a program as simple and customizable as Guttman Energy.

Our fleet fuel cards are accepted by over 65,000 service stations across the country, so your drivers will have no problem finding a place to fuel up. Additionally, you will have access to a secure portal where you can track your drivers’ data and produce reports about fuel usage and costs. It’s all available with no contracts or hidden fees, and if you ever have a question, our team is always here to help. Lastly, our program has an opt-in Fraud Protection Program that monitors your account and your fueling behaviors.

Guttman Energy is proud to offer one of the most comprehensive fuel card programs on the market today. It just makes sense to have us as the fuel card for your courier business. To learn more about how our fleet cards can benefit you, contact Guttman today.

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