C NRG Opens Fleet Fueling to Public

Specialty fueling centers offer gasoline, diesel, DEF, more
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SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif.  National fleet fueling company C NRG Fleet has officially opened all of its company-owned cardlock fueling stations to the general public.

C NRG Fleet stations are designed for business use with specialty products at the pump such as diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and red dyed diesel as well as common fuels such as diesel and gasoline. These locations are 18-wheeler accessible with LED lighting and security cameras to provide safety for drivers.

The stations accept all major credit cards and fuel card payments. In addition, C NRG Fleet offers wholesale-based pricing at their locations to C NRG Fleet cardholders.

C NRG Fleet provides fleet fueling cards on the Commercial Fueling Network, Fuelman and Voyager fueling networks. C NRG Fleet fuel cards provide controls such as gallon limits, transaction limits, dollar limits and day of week limits to help companies control their fuel purchases. Through data collection at the pump, it provides online reporting to help fleets allocate fuel costs and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) compliance.

The C NRG Fleet fuel card can be used at 95% of fueling stations nationwide including cardlocks, gas stations and truckstops. It offers wholesale-based pricing at more than 2,500 stations nationwide.

C NRG Fleet, based in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., has offices in Dallas and Los Angeles, and services customers in the continental United States and Canada.

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