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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.
Countrymark Co-op, a farm cooperative that operates more than 100 Energy Plus 24 convenience stores in three Midwestern states, entered into a fleet agreement with cardlock specialists, Commercial Fueling Network (CFN).
"Countrymark searched extensively for several years for a fueling system to network the many diverse requirements of our members," said Ron Hill, Countrymark's marketing vice president. "CFN provides the flexibility and innovative technology to connect our cooperative membership. The ability of our members to retain their own customers and remain in charge of their own marketing decisions was paramount in Countrymark's decision to choose CFN."
CFN's total fuel management system enables fleet operators to control their fleet and tailor their fueling requirements to their specifications. The online system allows retailers to lock out invalid cards, track all transactions, impose velocity controls and review records from remote locations.
"CFN welcomes the opportunity to provide Countrymark Co-op a fueling solution that will give them the ability to network fueling transactions and processing within their cooperative and throughout the CFN network." said Jeff Zajas, CFN vice president of sales. "Our network will be enhanced with Countrymark linking our extensive membership in the eastern and western regions of the United States."