Sinclair, Wright Express Develop Joint Distributor Program

Deal includes online product

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine -- Wright Express Corp. has reached an agreement to develop and manage a joint fleet card program through a strategic relationship with Sinclair Oil Corp. In addition, Wright Express will support a Sinclair-branded online product to which the Sinclair distributors and fleets will have access.

Wright Express worked with Sinclair to develop a distributor-based offering with features that met the needs of Sinclair's distributors and its fleet customers. This offering is designed for companies that already sell fuel as well as vehicle-related [image-nocss] services to the commercial fleet market. In such programs, the logos of both Wright Express and the partner appear on every card

Sinclair Oil is a great relationship for us, said Michael Dubyak, President and CEO of Wright Express. This strategic alliance gives Wright Express access to a major distributor-based oil company which will continue to benefit all parties involved as we expand our business into this new market.

South Portland, Maine-based Wright Express is a leading provider of payment processing and information management services to the U.S. commercial and government vehicle fleet industry. It provides these services for more than 280,000 commercial and government fleets containing more than 3.9 million vehicles. Wright Express markets these services directly as well as through more than 80 strategic relationships, and offers a MasterCard-branded corporate card.

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