Acceptance of the CFN FleetWide card at Quick Fuel locations was expected to begin in May.
“Bringing Quick Fuel on the CFN network is part of our eastward expansion,” said Kris Kanak, director of automated fueling for Flyers Energy. “We are building ground-up cardlocks, as well as looking for opportunities to purchase existing sites east of the Rockies to fill out coverage across the country.”
Flyers Energy purchased Quick Fuel Automated Fueling from Jacobus Energy in 2018.
“The Quick Fuel site network is a tremendous strategic fit for CFN,” said Al Norris, vice president of CFN, which is a FLEETCOR company. “The addition of the Quick Fuel sites to the CFN network strengthens our presence in the Mid-Continent and Midwest regions of the US and sets us up for future growth opportunities.
“Our cardholders will gain access to 49 premier facilities, with state-of-the-art fueling equipment––all located along major commercial corridors.”
In conjunction with the site conversion, Quick Fuel Advantage cardholders will be upgraded to the new Quick Fuel Advantage CFN card, Flyers said, which offers a full array of purchase controls and security features, helping fleets control their total fuel expense.