Oil&nonOil Verona 2021: more new registrations

  EXHIBITION, Oil&nonOil 2021 Verona

With just over a month to go until the event, applications to attend continue to arrive: Click&Find, Elaflex Italy, Icad Sistemi, Ingenico and Transadriatico have confirmed their attendance

Click&Find, a Genoa-based company founded in 2004, specializes in remote monitoring of fuel distribution tankers. Thanks to its expertise in the sector and impressive flexibility, Click&Find is a reliable professional partner for integrating all data arriving from systems installed on tankers (product measurement, sealing, anti-overflow, anti-mixing, anti-tipping, temperature detection, levels, pressure, inclination, electric and pneumatic drives) and from tractors or drive units (digital tachograph, CAN-Bus, operator terminals, identity detectors, level probes).
Flexibility applied to the design of on-board electronic remote control terminals and systems followed by installation on vehicles, as well as commissioning and maintenance of installed systems, not to mention the provision of IT services based on information obtained in real time from the tractor/drive unit and semi-trailer/trailer, ensure that Click&Find offers its clients a very high level of customization.
It is no coincidence that the company’s main customers are transport companies and oil companies keen to increase the efficiency of their logistics and transport processes, the safety of goods and the protection of people.

Elaflex Italy, the Italian branch based in Rezzato (Brescia) of the German Elaflex Group, will also take part in Oil&nonOil.
The company has specialized since 1986 in the field of safe connections and transport of hazardous products and sensitive fluids.
It distributes ZVA refuelling guns held in high regard all over the world, rubber and composite hoses, couplings and rubber expansion joints for oil, chemical, food and LPG industries. Elaflex Italy is also the official distributor of Aljac, a leader in the supply of products for quality control of aviation fuel and other accessories, and Eaton’s Carter aerial refuelling coupling devices; it also distributes MannTek fittings and a wide range of winders.
It operates a widespread distribution network and customer-oriented after-sales service – an aspect recognized as the company’s strong points.

Icad Sistemi has supported fuel distribution players and company fleets since 2006 in the search for constant performance improvements through customized and cutting-edge technological solutions ensuring efficient and monitored processes and reduced management overheads.
The company based in Volvera (Turin) provides service stations with reliable and easy-to-use solutions, as well as advanced marketing tools to promote customer loyalty (IT support on sales data, management of promotions, prepaid cards and loyalty campaigns etc.).
On the other hand, the objective for company fleets is effective and efficient management: refuelling, level monitoring, scheduled maintenance, access control, etc. All the more, Icad Sistemi provides remote or on-site assistance service thanks to a capillary network throughout Italy.

Ingenico has also joined the list of participants. The company is based in Milan and its offering is divided into several types of terminal capable of managing payment transactions at commercial establishments implemented using any type of instrument (credit cards, automatic debit cards, charge cards, loyalty cards, wallets and emerging new systems).
Ingenico’s solutions can be installed at points of sale, in mobile applications, integrated into cash systems even inside kiosks, vending machines or automatic ticketing machines.
Ingenico supports the convergence between the world of payments and value-added services that can be used through POS terminals in order to make purchases ever more rewarding and smarter, yet always with an eye to the user experience and data privacy. The new Android systems developed by the company enhanced interaction at checkout points is enriched and offer a complete shopping experience that includes loyalty, couponing, warehouse management, payment of services/taxes/fines, booking and ticketing. electronic invoicing, integration with eCommerce services (omnichannel) and much more.
Ingenico joined Worldline in 2020, the largest player in Europe in the payment services sector.

Transadriatico – a cooperative specialist transport company founded in 1950 – has also reconfirmed its attendance at Oil&nonOil. Initially formed in Grottammare (Ascoli Piceno) by a dozen or so haulage operators, today it has 25 partners, more than 200 drivers and over 250 owned vehicles equipped with the most efficient measurement and control systems. Its core business is ADR transport (fuel transport and distribution for wholesale networks and the road network, LPG, LNG, fuel for civil and military airport depots, fuel for heating, farms and fishing boats, as well as waste disposal). Nevertheless, the company also handles food transport (dry, fresh and frozen) and containers. It also provides logistic, remote control and consultancy services to optimize company logistics, as well as training focusing on regulations, safe driving and Eco-drive.

The list of exhibiting companies now also includes Worldline, a global leader in the digital payments field. Worldline is in the forefront of the digital revolution currently shaping new ways of paying, living, doing business and building relationships that instil trust along the entire payment value chain, thereby enabling sustainable economic growth. Worldline digital payment solutions are innovative yet based on strong technological foundations; they are environmentally friendly, widely accessible and support social transformation. The Company is based in Milan and its offering focuses on transactional and acquisition services specifically designed for the Petrol & Energy world and, in addition, also includes different kinds of Ingenico-branded terminal. Worldline payment infrastructures help service stations manage payment transactions involving any type of instrument (credit cards, ATM cards, international and domestic fuel cards, private cards, loyalty, wallets and emerging new systems). The payment terminals cover all the needs of modern points of sale and allow mobile use on served islands thanks to Atex certifications. They support integration with checkout systems using international standard protocols and are available with modular form factors for integration even inside self-service kiosks for traditional fuels, charging stations, car wash systems, etc.
Worldline’s “full service” offering allows and enables all payment and transactional services needed to operate a modern fuel distribution network within a single integrated, scalable and secure payment infrastructure, thanks to consolidated international experience with the main market players.
Ingenico joined Worldline in 2020, the largest player in Europe in the payment services sector.

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