• Triscan-HQ

The UK’s largest supplier and manufacturer of Fuel Management Systems, Fuel Pumps, Tanks and Gauges…

The Triscan brand can be traced way back to 1984 and whilst the company has gone through a number of changes over the years, the Triscan name has become synonymous with Fuel Management. Using our own patented technology, our innovative approach ensures that we continually deliver the very best fuelling solutions for our clients.

Meeting customer needs means more than simply supplying the equipment; we work closely with our fuel management industry partners to ensure that we are constantly up-to-date with changes to regulations and industry needs; we design and test our products to deliver continuous improvements; we offer comprehensive maintenance services that enable our customers to get the most out of their products and we have a proven track record for helping fleet managers control their fuel costs.

Fuel management experts

Project Managers

Project Managers

Our dedicated team of project managers are an integral part of all our services and ensure that we work closely with customers to co-ordinate and control all installation activities and resources. We recognise that the PRINCE2® methodology is the de-facto standard for project management in the UK, which is why we employ PRINCE2® accredited professionals. Each member of the team has many years of experience in the management of large, multiple site projects involving the supply and installation of fuel management hardware, software and vehicle based technologies within both the public and private sector.

Customer Service and Sales

Customer Service and Sales

Our expert Customer Service Representatives are committed to ensuring that your requests are handled promptly and efficiently in a helpful and friendly manner. Our ethos is to deliver a quality service and we strive to achieve this by constantly improving customer satisfaction, monitoring all feedback and dealing with any issues fairly and in an agreed timescale.

Research & Development

Research and Development

We pride ourselves on the quality of the products and systems that we produce for our customers. For over 30 years, our ability to combine technology with creative thinking has ensured that we are always at the forefront of technology. Since our support team is based at our HQ, they are able to feed information through to our in-house Research and Development Team, which means our systems are constantly being developed and improved to match the needs of the customer.

Triscan Engineers

Triscan Engineers

On-site support issues are dealt with by Triscan engineers who have many years of experience dealing with Triscan equipment in varied customer environments. To ensure that the synergy between fuelling equipment and effective maintenance is upheld, all technicians are employed directly by Triscan. Technical and support teams are trained to the highest standard via formal, awarding technical bodies and pump manufacturers such as Pumptronics, DCD and Hytek. This continuous assessment and training of key staff helps to maintain our ISO9001 and Safe Contractor quality marks.

Technical Supports

Technical Support

We operate enviable support facilities via our Service Centre. With a wide range of hardware and software experience, our Technical Support Team is on-hand to diagnose your issues promptly and efficiently, providing the assistance you need to keep your fuel and fleet operation moving.

Our History

1984-1988
One of the first of its kind, the Triscan brand is established in 1984. Triscan soon confirms its pioneering status by launching the first PC linked fuel management system.
1989-1994
FuelScan, the first disc operating fuel management software is introduced to the market and becomes the standard solution for the next decade. Triscan also launches the European Systemiser (a W&M approved FIC), enabling airfields, marinas and other resellers of fuel to operate local accounts.
1995-2000
In response to customer requirements, Triscan develop automatic mileage entry and data capture. Triscan also launches Phoenix, a groundbreaking software tool which signals Triscan’s intentions in the sector for the next decade.
2001-2005
Elite is born, providing customers with improved functionality at the fuel island. Increased sales of fuel island controllers (in various guises) confirm that the industry is more focused on accessing crucial fuelling information via improved software products.
2006-2010
Odyssey Web™ is launched to the commercial transport sector. With a host of additional features, this software makes managing fuel costs even easier for transport professionals.
2011-2012
Odyssey World™ is introduced; this software now gives managers an even greater insight into critical issues such as driver behaviour, fuel usage and environmental performance. New features include real time fuelling transactions and different access permissions for different users. Triscan also launch a comprehensive range of Apollo fuel island controllers. 
2013
Following an extremely busy and successful period, Triscan open a second office in Scotland and invest in a brand new headquarters to further reduce its carbon footprint. After recognising a huge demand for the supply and maintenance of fuel pumps, Triscan also launch in a competitively priced range of dispensers and introduce a comprehensive pump support programme for a low annual fee.

Our Credentials

ISO 9001

FORS

FORS encompasses all aspects of safety, efficiency, and environmental protection by encouraging and training fleet operators to measure, monitor and improve performance. FORS provides accreditation pathways for operators of any type, and for those organisations that award contracts and specify transport requirements.

Carbon Trust

Carbon Trust

The Carbon Trust is an independent company funded by the government, set up in response to the threat of climate change to accelerate the UK’s move to a low carbon economy.

Safe Contractor Approved

Safe Contractor Approved

SAFE contractor recognises very high health and safety practices to a nationally recognised and accepted threshold standard.

WEE

WEEE

Triscan is a producer of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) and is therefore obligated under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations. We are fully compliant with all responsibilities as a registered member of UK government approved WEEE Compliance Scheme, Comply Direct. Our WEEE producer registration number is WEE/JG1202US.

Contractor Health & Safety Assessment Scheme

Contractor Health & Safety Assessment Scheme

The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment demonstrates compliance with important aspects of health and safety law, including health and safety policy statements, organisation for health and safety and our specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to buyers.

Trade Associations

Working closely with like-minded industry associates helps us to ensure that our technology is always ahead of industry needs. Mutual sharing of information gives us the insight to ensure that we are always at the forefront of new initiatives.

Department for Transport

Freight Best Practice

Freight Best Practice is funded by the Department for Transport (DfT) to promote operational efficiency within freight operations in England. The department offers essential information for the freight industry covering topics such as saving fuel, developing skills, equipment and systems, operational efficiency and performance management.

APSE

APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence)

APSE is a not-for-profit local government body working with over 300 councils throughout the UK. Promoting excellence in public services, APSE is the foremost specialist in local authority front line services, hosting a network for front line service providers.

CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

CILT is the professional body for everyone in the logistics, passenger transport, transport planning and related industries and is dedicated to supporting, developing and representing all specialisms at all stages of career development.

FTA

FTA

FTA is one of the largest trade associations in the UK representing the transport interests of some 12,000 companies. FTA members operate over 200,000 lorries and around one million light vans; they consign over 90 per cent of the freight moved by rail and they are responsible for over 70 per cent of UK visible exports by sea and air.

APEA

APEA

APEA is a UK based organisation, drawing membership from all quarters of the petroleum industry, including Regulators from National and Local Government Authorities, Oil Companies, Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers, Service and Installation Organisations, Training Establishments and many others. It is seen to be unique in representing all sides of the industry and in providing a forum for debate and the generation of technical guidance.

FORS

FORS (The Freight Operator Recognition Scheme)

FORS is operated by Transport for London (TfL) and encourages sustainable best practice for road freight operators. FORS promotes safe working practices, legal compliance and a corporate social responsibility to improve the safety of road freight operations in London.

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