Pilot Thomas Logistics, the premier provider of fuel, lubricants and chemicals to the energy, marine, mining and industrial markets, has recently implemented Trinium’s cardlock management system. Trinium is a leading provider of business software for fuel marketers and distributors in the U.S. and Canada.
Pilot Thomas Logistics markets fuel cards from various networks including CFN, Voyager, Fuelman, and Wex across numerous sites in 12 states in the U.S. The company has grown through a series of acquisitions of various cardlock and fleet fueling businesses. The company chose Trinium’s Cardlock Management System to replace the disparate systems that currently managed the various cardlock operations. The goal was to implement a single modern, scalable software-as-a-service offering to meet a broad scope of functional needs across various cardlock networks and to implement quickly. “Our implementation team along with Trinium, implemented the system across our cardlock businesses in a very short period of time, four months. We now have a more functional cardlock software to manage our business, which is already generating benefits for our customers and staff,” said Chris Bridgford, Director of Cardlock Services at Pilot Thomas Logistics.
The Trinium Cardlock Management System provides a complete software solution to manage network or proprietary fuel cards. The system automates the processing of foreign, domestic, and remote transactions with extensive pricing, inventory management, and reporting available. Trinium also provides a highly functional customer web portal providing fuel and cardlock customers with real-time 24/7 access to their data that includes a new pay online feature.
Pilot Thomas Logistics is now one of Trinium’s largest cardlock customers. “We’re excited to bring on an industry leader like Pilot Thomas Logistics and to work with a management team that is forward thinking and adopters of technology solutions that help improve the company’s bottom line,” said Dennis Lane, Chief Commercial Officer at Trinium Technologies.