Shell has launched a European electronic tolling solution, which can be tailored according to individual customer needs, allowing drivers to manage toll payments in more than 10 countries across Europe.
The new service, says Shell, means that fleet managers can now keep track of a range of fuel and non-fuel purchases, including toll payments along with Shell Fuel Card expenses, with a single set of invoices in their own currency, managed through Shell Fleet Hub.
Shell’s growing international offering provides tolling solutions across 27 different countries.
The tailored nature of this latest offering means that fleet managers can work collaboratively with Shell to match the solution to the geographical needs of their fleet.
The service’s automatic updates mean that more countries can be remotely added as interoperability increases and fleet needs evolve over time.
Sarah Llewelyn, UK sales manager for Shell Fleet Solutions, said: “Despite current challenges, fleets across the country have been working tirelessly, crossing borders to meet demands and delivery schedules. However, as we now face a period of economic uncertainty, it’s pivotal that fleets generate both cost and time efficiencies wherever possible.
“As Europe’s toll systems are notoriously challenging and the risk of accruing fines ever prevalent, our tolling solution is designed to help fleet managers and drivers save both time and reduce costs.
“By leveraging over 30 years of experience and long-standing relationships with major providers across the continent, we can support customers in simplifying the process, from registration to Shell Card integration to consolidated invoicing.”