Meijer Taps Voyager Network

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Meijer Taps Voyager Network


Fleet drivers can now use their Voyager network fuel cards at Meijer gas stations in the Midwest, thanks to an agreement between Voyager network owner U.S. Bank and the Michigan-based retailer.

Cardholders presenting U.S. Bank Fleet Cards or those issued by any of the bank’s Voyager network partners can now make purchases at 189 Meijer fueling sites.

“Meijer is always looking to expand the services we offer, and the acceptance of Voyager network fuel cards provides another option to our fleet customers,” said Michael Ross, VP of customer marketing and emerging technologies. “We welcome those customers to our stations, where they will have opportunities to take advantage of text alerts about changing fuel prices and other money-saving offers through mPerks.”

The Voyager network is the largest fleet-fueling and maintenance acceptance network in the United States, with more than 230,000 locations in 50 states and Puerto Rico. The network offers sophisticated purchase control, expense monitoring and data reporting that simplifies fleet expense management via its Fleet Commander Online tool.

“Meijer provides our 1.8 million cardholders with an outstanding new option,” said U.S. Bank Payments Sales and Client Relationship Group Leader Jeff Rankin. “Its conveniently located fuel centers are competitively priced and offer a variety of quality fuels, including diesel, E85 and kerosene. We are proud to add Meijer to our network and look forward to working with their team to service our shared clients.”

In addition to the convenient locations and updated design, most Meijer stations are located on-site of the supercenter that features fresh produce and meat departments, pharmacies, general merchandise, electronics and garden centers.

U.S. Bank operates 44 branches in Meijer stores.

Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer operates 199 supercenters and grocery stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.