C R England Inc selects FuelQuest Fuel Center

FuelQuest Inc has announced a five-year contract with Salt Lake City UT-based C R England Inc, the temperature-controlled carrier specializing in moving temperature-sensitive freight such as fresh produce, meat, dairy products, and beverages.

Under the agreement, FuelQuest Fuel Center will provide outsourced fuel management services for C R England’s bulk fueling locations, reducing overall fuel costs and improving operational efficiency.

“Buying bulk fuel is nothing less than challenging in today’s high-priced, volatile market,” said Allen Nielsen, director of fuel at C R England. “Daily price swings are common, which places significant strain on our operational budgets and corporate profitability. In choosing Fuel Center, C R England now has industry experts working on our behalf to secure consistently the lowest-priced fuel available.”

With its team of experts and Fuel Management System (FMS) software, Fuel Center forecasts and sources fuel acting as a supplier-independent extension of the fleet customer. Fuel Center assumes other critical fuel management activities including order management as well as fuel, freight, and tax charge reconciliation. These capabilities allow Fuel Center to provide its customers benefits including:

•Lower fuel costs and more efficient use of credit

•Greater predictability of fuel budget

•Reduced invoice overpayments and administration costs

•Increased security of supply

Fuel Center also provides value management dashboards so customers can monitor the return on investment they are receiving from the service.

FuelQuest offers on-demand fuel management, tax automation, and compliance systems for suppliers, distributors, buyers, and traders of petroleum products and other energy commodities. Its systems deliver operational and financial value to more than 650 clients. Learn more at www.fuelquest.com.

Visit www.crengland.com for more information on the transportation company.

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