MEO purchased the ClearView solution wetstock monitoring services in July 2015 and recently renewed the agreement with DFS.
“The ClearView solution has been able to not only ensure that our locations receive all the fuel we purchase, but also manage our inventory control more efficiently and with much more accuracy,” said Lamar Frady, executive vice president of strategic business development at MEO. “The ClearView solution identifies an issue when it occurs and significantly diminishes the chasing of issues.”
Founded in 2000, MEO is involved in the wholesale distribution of gasoline, diesel fuels, racing fuels, renewable fuels, oils, lubricants, real estate, quick service restaurants, and C-store operating businesses in the southeastern U.S. It provides petroleum products to stores it owns and some 400 third-party locations across nine states.
DFS, part of Dover Corp., is composed of product brands ClearView, Fairbanks, OPW Fuel Management Systems, ProGauge, Tokheim and Wayne Fueling Systems. DFS delivers advanced fuel dispensing equipment, electronic systems and payment, ATGs and wetstock management to customers worldwide. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, DFS has manufacturing facilities in Brazil, China, India, Italy, the U.K. and U.S.