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Cenex Voyager Fleet Card Introduced

August 27, 2009 - Press Release

ST. PAUL, MN - CHS Payment Solutions has introduced the Cenex Voyager Fleet Card, giving businesses the ease of a single card for charging and tracking fuel, vehicle maintenance and repair purchases. The card is accepted at more than 230,000 fuel and maintenance locations across the country, including over 1,600 Cenex brand locations in 19 states.

"The Cenex Voyager Fleet Card helps businesses save money on fuel and reduce their administrative costs while actively preventing unauthorized purchases," says Andrew Ernst, product manager, CHS Payment Solutions. "This program empowers fleet managers with valuable reporting and helps fleets of any size become more efficient and successful. In today's competitive environment, this is an invaluable management tool."

There is no annual fee for the new fleet card program, which provides monthly volume rebates on high-quality Cenex fuels, plus conveniences such as online ordering and tracking. The program delivers detailed reporting on all vehicle-related purchases and repairs, and alerts for unusual activity (such as if a driver purchases fuel outside of defined hours). More information and online applications are available at


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