Fleet-Operations Program Offered to SFA Members

In an ongoing effort to make fleet operations more efficient and affordable for its members, the Snack Food Association recently teamed up with AmeriQuest’s FoodFleetXchange program. Under FoodFleetXchange, SFA members are eligible for specialized pricing and rebates on a wide variety of fleet-related products and supplies.
The power of FoodFleetXchange is made possible by AmeriQuest’s 525,000 power units. FoodFleet-Xchange gives fleet managers access to leveraged buying power, which results in the best everyday pricing available. Its electronic business platform enables users to streamline transportation and logistics operations, as well as reduce administrative costs.
“AmeriQuest makes FoodFleetXchange exclusive deals possible by aggregating the buying power of our customers, enabling us to negotiate some of the best pricing in the industry,” said Doug Clark, president of AmeriQuest.
James McCarthy, president and CEO of SFA, says the deal will be great for members.
“We look forward to providing our members with the low prices and rebates that AmeriQuest has made possible through the FoodFleetXchange program,” he added. “We are striving to make fleet operations more efficient and affordable for our members.”
FoodFleetXchange members gain more than just big savings on fleet-related equipment. They can also utilize the online information service, InfoXchange, where they can “ask the expert,” rate and review products, and learn about the latest fleet-related developments. The community atmosphere of FoodFleetXchange enables members to expand their body of trucking knowledge and resources by giving them a medium to exchange experiences and expertise.
Participants in the FoodFleetXchange program include such companies as Smithfield Foods, Wegmans, Stater Brothers, Grocery Haulers, PriceChopper, Reinhart Food Service, and DOT Foods.
For more information, visit www.foodfleetxchange.com or contact Bill McCouch at 770-614-8104.