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MSTS Tolls Consortium simplifies the rebate process for Italian Tolls

Members of the new Consortium are eligible for the highest rebates from the Italian government.

Rijswijk, The Netherlands – February 28, 2020 – MSTS, a global B2B payment and credit solutions provider, today announced the official registration of the MSTS Tolls Consortium in Italy. Consortium members will be eligible to receive the highest level of rebates on their Italian tolls turnover.

The Italian legislation allows trucking companies to apply for toll payment discounts when traveling in Italy. Each discount level is based on the vehicle emission class and the total Italian tolls turnover of the company. The MSTS Tolls Consortium allows fleets to consolidate tolls expenses and ensures members obtain the highest level of rebates available from the government. Considering the ever-increasing toll rates, membership will help trucking companies save significantly on tolls payment.

As innovative technology is at the core of every MSTS business project, the company has taken a historically cumbersome application process for joining the Consortium and turned it into an easy-to-use online form, which takes minimal time for fleet managers to arrange.

“For MSTS, having a proprietary Consortium is a critical element in the overall strategy as the organization strives to become a full-fledged EETS Provider as well as Toll Service Provider, enabling fleets in Europe to benefit from first-class toll products, services, prices, and rebates,” said Inez Berkhof – Hollander, VP EMEA. “I’m proud to say that MSTS has leveraged a strong technology background to support a great user interface within our unique customer portal, servicing the member application as well as the rebate application process.”

Trucking companies must travel on Italian toll roads and have EU-registered license plates in order to become eligible for discounts with the MSTS Tolls Consortium.

Learn more about MSTS Tolls Italian consortium and rebates.

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