Shell Launches Shell Fleet Navigator(SM) Card
Shell Fleet Navigator(SM) Card Offers Large Fleet Owners Greater
Accessibility, Control and Convenience
HOUSTON, Sept. 3, 2013
HOUSTON, Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Shell, one of the largest fuel
card providers in the world, launched the Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card, a
highly flexible fuel card for large fleets. Bringing both 50 years of fuel
card experience and its expertise as the largest branded fuel retailer in the
world, Shell has created a flexible and effective card option for fleet
managers. Notably, the Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card allows managers to tailor
their fuel network to control when, where and what fuel sites their drivers
use, helping to alter driver behavior and increase savings for the company.
"The Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card provides fleet managers with more access,
flexibility and control," said Henry Miller, General Manager of the Commercial
Fleet Card Program for Shell in the U.S. "We know how important control,
enhanced reporting, and savings are for fleet managers. Our card enables them
to define their fuel network based on company policies and needs. The card
gives fleet managers high levels of control and savings."
The key benefits of the Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card include:
oShell, with 14,500 stations nationwide, has more stations than any
other fuel retailer in the U.S.
oDrivers will have additional savings opportunities at Shell stations;
however, the card is accepted at 95 percent of all U.S. fuel
oShell is the largest branded fuel retailer in the world.
oThe Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card allows for a high level of
customization and control, with the power for fleet managers to
implement controls down to the driver level.
oFleet managers receive a dedicated Shell relationship manager to
define their own fuel network and customize their program around
company policies, driver behavior and other specific needs, helping
to drive tangible savings.
oWith customizable online reporting and extensive data analysis, fleet
managers can set various alert options and use this data to set
oKnowledgeable Shell customer service is available to managers and
oShell has developed a world class health and safety culture, and
convenient site network for drivers to fuel up.
oShell brings a wealth of knowledge to the Shell Fleet Navigator^SM
Card with over 50 years of experience in fleet cards.
The Shell Fleet Navigator^SM Card is available to fleets that maintain 80 or
more vehicles. To learn more about the benefits of the Shell Fleet
Navigator^SM Card, please visit us at www.shell.us/fleetnavigator.
About Shell Oil Company
Shell Oil Company is an affiliate of the Royal Dutch Shell plc, a global group
of energy and petrochemical companies with approximately 90,000 employees in
more than 80 countries. We deliver a diverse range of energy solutions and
petrochemicals to customers worldwide. These include transporting and trading
oil and gas, marketing natural gas, producing and selling fuel for ships and
planes, generating electricity and providing energy efficiency advice. We
also produce and sell petrochemical building blocks to industrial customers
globally, and we are investing in making renewable and lower-carbon energy
sources competitive for large-scale use. In the U.S., we operate in 50 states
and employ more than 20,000 people delivering energy in a responsible
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SOURCE Shell Oil Company
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