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Wayne Fueling Systems stages Technology Summit

Wayne Fueling Systems, part of Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) and a global provider of fuel dispensing, payment, automation, and control technologies for retail and commercial fuel stations, has concluded its 2017 Technology Summit in Austin, Texas.

This years summit brought nearly 300 Wayne customers, distributors, and suppliers to Waynes North American headquarter city. Session topics at the summit included: Payment, the Future of Fueling, Retail, and the Internet of Things, with speakers from Google, Intel, Dell/EMC, PayPal, and other companies sharing their expertise.

Additionally, a Partner Showcase area provided the opportunity for sponsors of the summit to exhibit and promote their technologies, alongside of Waynes latest products and solutions. This years summit also featured the Wayne Innovation Room, which offered attendees an exclusive look at some of Waynes never-before-seen future technologies.

Were pleased that we could provide such informative speakers from some of the worlds top technology-leading companies for our 2017 Technology Summit, said Waynes VP of North America, Bill Reichhold. Wayne has been leading the way for customers worldwide with innovative fuel dispensing systems, products and technology for more than 125 years. This summit was a fantastic opportunity to hear from other industry leaders about what the future may hold for our business and our world.

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Weekly Fuel Prices 17 April 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East Midlands119.95131.24118.34
North East119.40130.73117.21
North West120.01128.97118.13
Northern Ireland119.1063.50117.39
South East121.0958.50129.83119.18
South West120.38128.30118.45
West Midlands120.3661.57130.37118.53
Yorkshire & Humber119.72129.97118.08

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