Fuels

Woodman’s Markets Selects Warren Rogers as Its Fuel Diagnostics Provider

Partnership will provide fuel system compliance, wet-stock management
Woodman's Market
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Woodman’s Markets, a Midwest supermarket, convenience store, vehicle care and car wash retailer with 19 locations throughout Wisconsin and Illinois, has selected Warren Rogers Precision Fuel System Diagnostics as its provider of fuel system compliance, wet-stock management and forecourt diagnostics.

Woodman’s Markets will use the Warren Rogers fuelWRAp system, which utilizes real-time data and leverages the flexibility and smart analytics of the cloud to help fuel retailers track fuel inventory as it makes its way to their sites, enters the tank, flows through each fuel line and reaches the meter.

In addition, Warren Rogers will provide customized auditing and operational reports along with the compliance documentation required to meet all state and federal regulations.

“When it comes to fuel management and compliance, Warren Rogers has such a great reputation for reliability, efficiency and precision,” said Nick Popp, director of store development at Woodman’s Markets, Janesville, Wisconsin. “Their extensive background and expertise, combined with their fuelWRAp real-time system made this the ideal choice for us, especially as it relates to technology improvements and positioning ourselves for future growth.”

“We’re delighted that Woodman’s has selected us as their service partner,” William Jones, president and CEO of Warren Rogers added. “Their long history and dedication to providing superior products and services in Wisconsin and Illinois are truly impressive. We’re excited about working with Woodman’s as they continue to grow. Fortunately, the fuelWRAp system is highly scalable, so we’ll be able to continue to support them with all their leak detection, compliance and fuel monitoring needs, now and into the future.”

Using fuelWRAp, travel center and conventional convenience store support staff can minimize their time spent each day identifying and addressing issues such as dormant or down fueling positions, water in tank, active tank gauge alarms, meters out-of-variance, failed tank, sensor and line testing, low inventory levels, lost communications, slowing fuel flow trends and other abnormalities.

It features a user-friendly dashboard that helps customers view their forecourt diagnostics across their enterprise on a consolidated and centralized online platform, enabled for desktop, mobile and tablet.

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