Unimot introduces its own fleet card to the AVIA’s petrol station network

Date of publication: 11.04.22


The Unimot Group has launched its fleet programme at AVIA’s petrol stations managed by the Group. Two types of fleet cards are offered to the customers – prepaid and credit.

The AVIA Card is dedicated to business and institutional customers that intend to effectively reduce their fuel purchasing costs. In addition, these customers appreciate simple procedures when ordering the card and when making cashless payments online.

As a multi-year player present within the fuel market in Poland, we are aware of the preferences of domestic customers. Therefore, fleet cards are very attractive to the customers in terms of discounts we can offer, as we are the largest independent fuel importer in Poland,” says Robert Nowek, Managing Director of the AVIA network in Poland and Ukraine, the Unimot Group. – In addition, I am convinced that, thanks to cooperation with well-experienced partners, Polish AVIA stations managed by Unimot will be able to serve foreign customers and Polish entrepreneurs will be able to settle cashless payments at AVIA stations abroad.

In the first stage of the development of the AVIA Card fleet card in Poland, business customers will be able to order a card with trade credit limit, as well as a prepaid card. It will be possible to issue a customised or bearer payment card. Each transaction will need to be confirmed by entering a PIN. In the subsequent stages of development, it is also expected that the AVIA Card will be available in an online form, i.e., the traditional plastic card will be changed into an online card with an access to a mobile application. Additionally, the Unimot Group will be developing the AVIA Card fleet department. Thanks to this, every customer with a credit limit will be assigned a customer carer that will be able to provide assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We are aware of the fact that the fleet card market in Poland is well developed. We are convinced that our individual approach to business partners and our exceptional flexibility will lead to our success in developing the AVIA Card,” adds Robert Nowek.

The AVIA Card’s offer is dedicated to entrepreneurs, associations and foundations, budgetary units (for instance, communes), as well as agricultural holders.

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