Flying J and Comdata reach agreement for card acceptance

Flying J and Comdata reach agreement for card acceptance

Flying J will now accept Comdata methods of payment at more than 250 of its locations across the U.S. and Canada. The arrangement will provide a new payment method that will enable more motor carriers and professional drivers to have access to Flying J's fuel network and highway hospitality services, the company said.

Flying J Inc., a privately held Utah corporation that operates a large network of full-service travel plazas and fuel stops, announced that Comdata methods of payment will now be accepted at more than 250 Flying J locations across the U.S. and Canada. Comdata, based in Brentwood, Tenn., is an industry leader specializing in payment processing and data management products for the trucking industry, the company said.

“We are pleased an agreement has been made that will enable Flying J to immediately accept Comdata cards at our locations,” said Flying J President and CEO Crystal Maggelet. “This arrangement will provide a new payment method that will enable more motor carriers and professional drivers to have access to Flying J’s fuel network and state-of-the-art highway hospitality services.”

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