Pilot Flying J, Love’s Truck Stops Extend E-Scanner Service

TAMPA, FL — All Pilot Flying J and Love’s Travel Stops in Canada and the U.S. will now provide full-service document scanning to customers.

Pilot Flying J and Love’s Travel Stops’ signed new agreements with Pegasus TransTech Corp. that allow the truck stop chains to provide TRANSFLO Express truck stop scanning through Dec. 31, 2030.

With TRANSFLO Express, drivers can hand their documents to a cashier at the fuel counter for scanning and electronically sent the documents to the fleet or third party logistics providers for immediate billing and payroll processing.

“Love’s is very excited about continuing our business partnership with Pegasus TransTech,” said Richard Ketchum, manager of other income for Love’s. “One factor that’s helped Love’s reach its 50th anniversary is our commitment to focus on our customers’ needs. Providing TRANSFLO Express is one more way we can assist them. We look forward to a continued successful partnership.”

Today, more than 940 locations offer TRANSFLO Express, including all 650-plus Pilot Flying J locations and all 300-plus Love’s Travel Stops, making it the largest truck stop scanning network.

Pilot Flying J became the first chain to offer TRANSFLO Express in 2002 and Love’s Travel Stops followed suit in 2004 to provide full-service document scanning to customers.

“Pilot Flying J and Pegasus TransTech have been tremendous partners over the last 12 years and we continue to grow the business and enjoy the partnership,” said Mark Hazelwood, president of Pilot Flying J. “TRANSFLO Express has been a valuable service to our trucking company customers in helping them improve their days’ sales outstanding and credit processes.”

The two previous agreements were signed in April and August 2010, respectively, and were set to expire on Dec. 31, 2020.

“Extending our partnerships with Pilot Flying J and Love’s ensures that fleets, logistics providers and drivers will continue to benefit from this service for many years to come,” said Frank Adelman, president and CEO of Pegasus TransTech.

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