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FleetCor Partners with Trimble

December 20, 2007 - Press Release

FleetCor, a worldwide provider of fuel card processing, recently announced that it has partnered with Trimble, a global provider of commercial positioning solutions, to provide the FleetCor Fleet MasterCard program to Trimble mobile resource management customers. The FleetCor Fleet MasterCard is the only fuel card program that will work with Trimble’s FuelGuard reporting feature – a theft-reduction capability that enables operators to more easily identify the fueling of unauthorized vehicles on company-issued fuel cards. Trimble joins a long list of leading companies that have joined forces with FleetCor including: BP, Chevron, ARCO, Citgo, and The Pantry among others. “The Trimble program is a natural expansion of our co-branding strategy,” said Ron Clarke, chairman and chief executive officer, FleetCor. “Our strategy is focused on working with the leaders in their respective segments to leverage their brand strengths, distribution assets and large customer bases. The Trimble program is consistent with this strategy; we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.” The FleetCor Fleet MasterCard with the FuelGuard reporting feature program is available in the U.S. exclusively to Trimble’s mobile resource management customers.
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