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Comdata Joins Warren Transport on the Road with Its Fleet Solutions
Comdata to Provide Payment Solutions that Reduce Costs and Drive Efficiencies
Brentwood, Tenn. — September 21, 2011
Comdata Corporation, a leader in payment innovations, announces a new relationship with Warren Transport to provide payment solutions that reduce costs and create operational efficiencies. Warren Transport will utilize the Comdata Card for Fleets to optimize their fleet program through enhanced card controls, funds distribution, reporting, and fuel discounts available with Comdata.
“Given the demands on our industry, we continuously look for solutions that drive efficiency and allow us to remain competitive,” said Richard Donnelly, Warren Transport president. “Comdata's proven reputation for service excellence and position within the industry as a focused provider of innovative payment solutions provide significant advantages for both our drivers and our company.”
Comdata has delivered payment solutions to the transportation industry since 1969, and the Comdata Card provides companies a one-card solution. With the Comdata Card, drivers have access to thousands of truck stop locations nationwide that offer enhanced data, and fleet managers gain the ability to supervise their program with individual card controls, online account management, and real-time reporting. The card can also be used for funds disbursements, allowing companies to distribute payments and reimbursements to drivers while they are out on the road.
“Warren Transport has an innovative spirit that allows them to address a wide range of needs for both their customers and the transportation industry,” said Steve Stevenson, Comdata president. “Comdata shares their commitment to tailoring solutions that meet specific needs, and we are excited to provide a solution that allows Warren Transport to reduce costs, improve control, and create operational efficiency.”
About Warren Transport
Warren Transport operates approximately 600 power units and more than 2,000 trailers. Their trailing equipment runs the gamut from flatbeds to step flats, to double drops, triple-axle lowboys, removable goosenecks, stretch trailers, and vans. Warren Transport has always been innovative as far as equipment is concerned. They pioneered the combine trailer, which is now standard in the industry for transporting agricultural combines. To meet new challenges, they have custom-designed agricultural equipment in the field right now to serve customers' special needs. Warren Transport was founded in 1949, and their corporate offices are in Waterloo, Iowa. www.warrentransport.com.