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Pilot sells Flying J's Scan and Go assets to Pegasus TransTech


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TRANSFLO Express operates the largest truck stop scanning network, including all Pilot Flying J locations.
TRANSFLO Express operates the largest truck stop scanning network, including all Pilot Flying J locations.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.  — Pilot Travel Centers Thursday said it had sold Flying J’s Scan and Go assets to Pegasus TransTech.

Pilot Travel Centers and Flying J merged Wednesday to become Pilot Flying J.

Beginning Thursday, TRANSFLO Express truck stop scanning from Pegasus TransTech will be deployed at all 180 Scan and Go Express locations in the U.S. and Canada.

There is also an agreement to install TRANSFLO Express at the remaining Flying J sites, excluding Quebec, within the next 60 days.

“We are excited to offer our customers the convenience of 775 locations to use TRANSFLO Express scanning,” Bob Helms, chairman and CEO of Pegasus TransTech, said. “We remain committed to our mission of providing end-to-end scanning solutions for the trucking industry.”

With TRANSFLO Express, documents are sent electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing.

Because TRANSFLO Express expedites document delivery, fleets and drivers get paid faster, Helms said.

TRANSFLO Express operates the largest truck stop scanning network, including all Pilot Flying J locations.

“Pilot has signed an agreement with Pegasus TransTech to be a provider of scanning solutions at all Pilot Flying J locations,” said Scott Wombold, Pilot’s vice president of national accounts and wholesale fuel. “Since July 2002 when Pegasus TransTech first launched truck stop scanning at Pilot Travel Centers, our customers have been able to receive same-day access to their delivery documents.”

Kevin Jones of The Trucker staff can be reached to comment on this article at kevinj@thetrucker.com.

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