Fuel Cards from CSC Group
Established in 1993, CSC Group is one of the UK & Ireland's leading suppliers of fuel cards to businesses & the transport industry
For the UK we supply Fuel Cards that can be used at over 2000 sites nationwide.
In Ireland the CSC Fuel Card Ireland has become one of the fastest growing independent Irish fuel cards now supplying over 40 million litres annually.
For those who travel throughout Europe we supply the CSC Fuel Card Europe and EDC European Diesel fuel cards for fuelling in France, Belgium, Spain and many more countries, and for Motorway Tolls we supply cards for France, Portugal, Spain and Italy (TIS-PL, Viacard, Ressa Autopista, Frejus & Mont Blanc Tunnel cards).
What are fuel cards?
Fuel cards are almost like credit cards. As its name implies a fuel card is used to purchase fuel - petrol, diesel and other fuels from designated stations on a network. By using Fuel Cards there are numerous benefits, from cheaper prices to your very own account manager for all your business fuel card queries.
Whether you just fill a van at a local station, or run a fleet of trucks throughout all of Europe, CSC has the right fuel card for you!
We offer fuel cards for UK, Ireland & Europe or if you prefer - the one fuel card for the whole continent!
Use the menu above to find out more about our fuel card services and why we are the fuel card company that you can trust!
Latest Fuel Card News:
Bank Holiday weekend fuel price war
A Bank Holiday weekend fuel price war has started in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK as petrol and diesel prices were cut further as the competition between supermarkets heats up.
Northern Ireland motorists will welcome the news, as they traditionally pay more for fuel that their UK counterparts, however, the cost of fuel is still higher than the start of 2013.
A stronger currency and a fall in wholesale costs are the main reasons for the latest price cuts, according to the AA, but they warned that lower prices may not be here for good.The AA’s head of public affairs, Paul Watters said: “The current supermarket price war comes on the back of Wednesday’s $40-a-tonne fall in petrol wholesale prices across Europe – equivalent, with VAT, to a 2.5p-a-litre fall at the pump,” Mr Watters said. “Two days of commodity price falls doesn’t signal the end of drivers’ pump misery... Read More
Petrol Price War Being Waged at Britain's Pumps
A petrol price war has emerged on the forecourts of Britain after Sainsburys, the giant supermarket chain, slashed its prices by knocking off 4p per litre from Thursday. Tesco and another supermarket chain Asda, quickly followed suit, as is customary in the race to get motorists to fill up at its petrol stations.
The move comes as a welcome relief for motorists following a bitterly cold month where fuel costs have soared by 5p per litre on average in the month of February alone. The planned Budget is expected to see the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne add another 3p per litre ... Read More
Police Launching a Campaign to Reduce Growing Trend of Heating Oil Theft
Across Britain the growing trend of using heating oil, stored in small tanks outside homes, has been growing significantly since the energy companies sent our bills soaring over the last decade. It works out a far cheaper option to heat a home using heating oil, stored often in a back garden or outhouse shed, particularly if used for heating a large country home.
However, the growing trend to use heating oil has led to a marked increase in fuel tanks and heating oil tanks being siphoned by thieves, often in the middle of the night. In the county of Leicestershire, the police force has seen a doubling in the number of reported thefts from 2010 to 2011. During 2012 the problem simply got worse with so many... Read More