Company Timeline

  • BlueStar garages launch the BlueStar card.

  • Overdrive card, Dial card and BP Supercharge card launched, rebranded as PHH Allstar.

  • Allstar launches Government card, mileage capture, Kwikfit card & AA card.

  • Allstar is sold by Arval and becomes a FleetCor group company

Allstar Business Solutions


Established: 1974
Network: 7,700
Customers Served: 38,000
Litres Drawn 2013: 2.1 billion
Head Office: Swindon

Overview:

Allstar is the UK’s most popular fuel card used by over 35,000 businesses and 1.1 million drivers.

 

The Allstar fuel card is accepted at sites which deliver 96% of the fuel drawn in the UK, including major oil brands and supermarket sites. With discounted diesel available at over 1,700 sites, Allstar helps reduce businesses fuel costs and eliminate the need for drivers to hunt for fuel.

 

With some of the most sophisticated control and reporting tools available, Allstar is a great choice for any business looking for maximum control over fuel expenses.

 

Products:

Allstar’s fuel card portfolio is made up of the Allstar Classic fuel card, the Allstar Premier Programme, the Supermarket fuel card and the Allstar MonitorCard exclusively for public sector customers.

 

More than just a fuel card – Allstar also offers customers a range of additional non fuel products under the banner “Allstar Plus”. Allstar Plus provides a network of leading suppliers for vehicle related services, such as AA breakdown and Fuel Assist and Glass service and repair.

 

To find out more about the Allstar products visit www.allstarcard.co.uk

 



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