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CFN Unveils New National Account Program

April 4, 2002

CFN (Commercial Fueling Network) has started a national accounts program, bringing expanded technology and coverage to fleets. CFN will provide fueling controls, including time of day/day of week limits, product restrictions, daily transaction and gallon limits combined with 24-hour, seven-day Internet access and management of their fueling account. Reporting and security features will offer gallon-tracking, notification of abnormal transaction usage, quarterly tax reports, tax summaries, forecasting of fuel usage along with additional tools for fuel management. CFN has also established a mobile fueling network, offering on-site fueling for fleet operations. This system integrates on-site fueling with cardlock sales, providing one invoice for all fueling requirements. CFN National Account Program and CFN Mobile Fueling Network will offer national companies the coverage and technology it requires to manage large-volume accounts.CFN has more than 1,900 sites nationwide and in Canada offering attended and unattended fueling facilities for commercial vehicles. For more information, call (800) 899-2236 or go to
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