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New tyre offering from Allstar ServicePoint to help fleets cut costs

The Allstar ServicePoint online service, maintenance and repair (SMR) portal has been expanded with a new tyre offering that can cut costs for fleets.

The new offering enables Allstar ServicePoint users to have the added convenience and control of purchasing a wide choice of tyre brands through the online portal for their fleet, and booking a fitting at more than 1,500 fitters

It’s been developed in partnership with Colewood Automotive, which operates a number of tyre retail websites in the UK, and enables Allstar ServicePoint users to purchase a wide choice of tyre brands online and book a fitting at more than 1,500 fitters across the country. If required, the tyres can be delivered.

Users can filter and search tyres by brand, speed rating, standard EU tyre label gradings, summer and winter options, and more. It also shows the price breakdown for the tyres before purchase, and provides deals and promotions from tyre manufacturers.

Paul Holland, managing director of UK Fuel at Fleetcor, said: “When you look at many vehicle profiles, tyres can be the single most expensive item of SMR expenditure, so helping fleets to minimise costs in this area is crucial.

“The new partnership with Colewood Automotive helps us to do this, adding the buying power of the Allstar ServicePoint user base to their existing tyre e-commerce partners in order to access highly competitive pricing and high service standards.”

It’s the latest addition to ServicePoint, which launched in 2016 from Allstar Business Solutions and is based on technology from epyx; both owned by Fleetcor.

Holland continued: “Overall, the new tyre offering builds on the strengths of the platform that we have developed since its launch four years ago. We give fleets the means to buy SMR online easily at a wide range of suppliers at competitive prices, using technology that helps them manage their requirements proactively.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.