Pegasus TransTech signs 10-year extension with Love’s

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Updated Aug 6, 2010

Pegasus TransTech announced that Love’s Travel Stops has signed a 10-year extension to its exclusive truck stop scanning agreement with Pegasus TransTech. Transflo Express scanning is available at all Love’s Travel Stops locations in 38 states, including the 26 newly acquired locations formerly operated by Flying J and Pilot.

“We want to provide drivers with the services they want while on the road, and Pegasus TransTech is one of our partners that have helped us achieve that goal. We have extended our agreement to assure our customers that we are with them for the long haul,” said Dave Frankenfield, director of marketing for Love’s.

“Love’s has begun investing in additional full-service Transflo Express scan stations for our gas desk in our busiest scanning locations.” Frankenfield said. “We are confident that two full service scan stations in these busy locations will set us apart from competitors and is the best way to meet the needs of our customers.”

With Transflo Express at Love’s Travel Stops, drivers simply hand their trip documents to a trained cashier for scanning. Transflo Express sends the delivery documents electronically to the carrier for immediate access to billing and payroll documents, allowing fleets and drivers to get paid faster. Transflo Express operates the largest truck stop scanning network with more than 750 locations in the U.S. and Canada.

“The 10-year extension of our exclusive agreement and the addition of more scan stations within Love’s ensures that drivers will continue to experience great service for many years to come,” said Frank Adelman, senior vice president of Pegasus TransTech.