Two new Esso fuel sites to open in Belgium

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Two new Esso sites will be added to the brand’s Belgium network following the rebranding of Shell forecourts, according to WEX Europe Services, owner and provider of the Esso Card™ fuel card.  Both sites will be reopened on the 1st October and are superbly located, with one based near the exit of...
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Two new Esso sites will be added to the brand’s Belgium network following the rebranding of Shell forecourts, according to WEX Europe Services, owner and provider of the Esso Card™ fuel card. 

Both sites will be reopened on the 1st October and are superbly located, with one based near the exit of Brussels Airport in Zaventem and the other within the busy freight area of Brucargo.

The new Esso forecourts will feature a sharp new livery on the outside, while visiting Esso Card™ holders will be able to maximise the facilities available:

Truck drivers can take a rest in the truck stop bay; a powerful truck and car wash will clean the mud and dust accrued over the course of driving motorway miles; and a shop that boasts a simple, customer-friendly layout will offer everythingdrivers require, from maps and in-car phone chargers, to hot food and coffee.

WEX Europe Services, a provider of comprehensive fuel card payment programmes to eight countries – including Belgium – is one of Europe’s largest fuel payment card providers to small, medium and large-sized vehicle fleets across a multitude of business sectors.

The addition of two new Esso forecourts has strengthened the brand’s network in Belgium; there are now more than 270 Esso-branded and 200 partner sites, providing fleets with genuine nationwide coverage.

WEX Europe Services’ Belgium Sales Manager, Doru Liga, said: “We are delighted with the new Esso sites and the added value they offer to our existing and future customers.

“They are both superbly located, and I am confident they will become some of the most frequented sites. From truck fuelling and a trucker lounge in Brucargo, to a delicious La Croissanterie shop in Zaventem, customers will be spoilt for choice.”

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