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Ryder’s new service delivers fuel to the customer


MIAMI, Fla. – Ryder System customers can now receive fuel delivery while off duty and domicile at 435 locations throughout Canada and the US.

The new mobile fuel solution uses Ryder’s 6,400 strategic fuel partnerships to create what it called the industry’s first fuel delivery network that spans across Canada and the US, offering the most flexibility, choice and control for fleet management by combining the benefits of maximized driving time with increased asset utilization and transparent and consistent fuel pricing to its ChoiceLease,, SelectCare and vehicle lease customer base.

“Ryder is continuously looking for ways to create and deliver the most flexible and innovative fleet management solutions for our customers in the United States and Canada as they rely on us to keep their businesses running,” said Ryder president of global fleet management solutions Dennis Cooke. “By offering greater flexibility in our leasing and maintenance portfolio, we are making it easier for more companies to do business with Ryder. With today’s announcement, customers interested in Ryder’s ChoiceLease and SelectCare solutions can now choose the value-added service of mobile fuel delivery.”

Customers can visit a web portal for confidential online management of fuel transactions, which are each loaded into a customized dashboard with detailed reports to help analyze vehicle operations, fuel usage and cost.

“Ryder is one of the largest fleet purchasers of diesel fuel in the US, dispensing over 275 million gallons of fuel to thousands of customers across the US and Canada each year,” said Scott Perry, Ryder vice-president of supply management and global product management. “While we can’t control the price of fuel, we are in position to offer pricing that is competitive for our customers and provide consistent availability of high-quality fuel. Our customers recognize the value that comes from our fully comprehensive leasing and maintenance offering.”


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