MINNEAPOLIS — U.S. Bank and BP have reached an agreement allowing fleet cards from the U.S. Bank Voyager Network to be accepted at BP’s 146 ARCO-branded gas stations in the state of Washington. The stations began accepting Voyager cards this week.
“ARCO provides our Voyager cardholders in Washington with an outstanding new fueling option,” said U.S. Bank fleet product manager Ramel Lindsay. “ARCO’s competitively priced and conveniently located fueling locations will be welcomed by our business fleet operators in the region. We look forward to working with their team to serve our shared clients.”
The U.S. Bank Voyager Network is one of the largest fleet fueling and maintenance acceptance networks 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.
“With this agreement, BP expands a relationship with the U.S. Bank Voyager Network that is thriving east of the Rockies,” said Donna Sanker, head of BP’s West Coast retail business. “We welcome all Voyager Network customers to our fueling locations in Washington and stand ready to serve them with quality fuel and other products needed to keep their drivers on the go.”
Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp, with $419 billion in assets as of June 30, 2015, is the parent company of U.S. Bank National Association, the fifth largest commercial bank in the United States.
With U.S. headquarters in La Palma, Calif. (West), and Warrenville, Ill. (East), BP markets more than 15 billion gallons of gasoline every year to U.S. consumers through more than 11,000 BP- and ARCO-branded retail outlets and supplies more than four billion gallons of fuel annually to fleets, industrial users, auto and truck manufacturers, railroads and utilities.