UK Fuels has expanded its fuel card network to 3,350 sites after adding 307 Sainsbury’s fuel station locations this month.

This is UK Fuels latest supermarket deal. The company also has contracts with a range of supermarket fuel stations including Tesco, Morrisons and the Co-op.

Other fuel stations added to the UK Fuels network over the past 12 months include motorway service stations and over 80 new independently-owned outlets.

The company, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, said it also has its cards accepted at most UK truck stops and HGV friendly fuel stations.

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UK Fuels regional director, Jonathan Haseler said: “The team at UK Fuels has been working exceptionally hard over the last year to expand the network and we always had our sights set on becoming the largest network in the UK.

“With hundreds more supermarket fuel stations being added in recent months - giving us 83% coverage of the UK supermarket fuel station network - we have reached our goal with flying colours.

“By postcode area we now have 96% of the UK covered with fuel station locations that accept our fuel cards, which during a tumultuous 30th anniversary year, is a significant milestone in UK Fuels' history.”