Could You Be The Victim of Fuel Theft? (Infographic)
Fuel theft is a common issue for many fleet businesses across the UK, with over 67% of all reported fuel theft coming from a commercial setting. Whilst some businesses are aware of fuel theft taking place from their fuel storage tanks, there are a whole host of businesses that may not fully understand the extent of the issues they are faced with.
With reports suggesting that there has been well over £2 million worth of fuel stolen across the UK, it’s fair to say that businesses must act immediately to reduce the risk of this happening again.
The team here at Fueltek have spent some time researching the full extent of fuel theft in the UK and condensed this information into a simple infographic – please read on to find out more.
As you can see from our infographic, there are genuine issues with fuel theft in the UK, but thankfully there are some ways you can vastly reduce the risk of your fuel being stolen in the future.
By investing in a modern fuel management system, you can be assured of finding any discrepancies in your fuel report immediately. A fuel monitoring system has the ability to give you frequent updates and reports from your companies fuel usage, and when paired with Fueltek FMO, you will get updates sent directly to your phone, tablet or laptop so you can keep a close eye on fuel usage anywhere in the world.
Thanks to an integrated two-step authentication process, you will know exactly which employee is using your fuel, and how much was dispensed – giving you complete visibility of all fuel stock movements. It’s also worth considering investing in a sturdy fuel storage tank, as this will make it significantly harder for fuel thieves to infiltrate your fuel tanks.
As expert providers of fuel management systems, the team at Fueltek have extensive knowledge of just how much of an issue fuel theft can pose to businesses. If you would like to learn more about how Fueltek can help you combat fuel theft within your business, please feel free to get in touch with us to discuss your requirements further. You can call us on 01254 291391, or you can contact us through our website using our online enquiry form.