U.S. Bank to provide fleet card services for U.S. Venture

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Updated Oct 8, 2010

U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Systems, a provider of universal fleet fueling and maintenance cards, has entered into a fleet card referral agreement with Express Convenience Centers, a division of Wisconsin-based U.S. Venture Inc. Under terms of the agreement, U.S. Bank will provide credit scoring, invoicing, payment processing and debt collection for the Express branded fuel card.

In becoming a referral partner, Express Convenience Centers joins U.S. Bank’s nationwide network of providers offering efficient and controlled ways to purchase fuel and maintenance services. Its fleet cards now can be used at any of 230,000 Voyager fuel and maintenance locations across the United States, in addition to U.S. Venture’s own Express Convenience Centers throughout Wisconsin.

“This fleet card agreement assures us of high quality and reliable back-office services from U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Systems while freeing our team to focus on sales and deepening our customer relationships,” says Jim Anholzer, Express Convenience Center general manager. “We’re excited about the possibility of increasing customer loyalty for our Express fuel business.”

“The services U.S. Bank offers through its Voyager Fleet Systems referral program proved to be a perfect match for what the Express leadership team was seeking,” says Jeff Rankin, senior sales and marketing officer for U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems. “We look forward to helping them take their product and service offering to a new level.”