Fuel Delivery

Aligning fuel usage with a smart delivery plan is vital to your business. Whether you own a fuel retail outlet or a construction, agricultural, or industrial operation, how and when you purchase fuel impacts your bottom line. Information about your fuel usage, storage capacity, and business risk tolerance is critical to developing a strategy that's right for you. A distributor with the right expertise can help you implement a fuel delivery plan that meets your unique usage and budget requirements. Locking in delivery quantities at fixed prices is just one strategy a fuel distributor will offer to keep your patronage. Make sure your distributor keeps you up to date with the latest in strategies like bulk fuel storage and fixed pricing.

How A Fuel Distributor Can Help With Pricing

Tina Hampton |

Your fuel distributor can help you with competitive pricing.

In the fuel market industry, price fluctuations are a reality.  They cannot be outright controlled, however, steps can be taken to help minimize the impact they have on your bottom line.Your fuel distributor’s supply and risk marketing manager will analyze local and global market conditions in order to forecast pricing and determine good prices to buy and sell. When that valuable information is passed along to you, the customer, there are three things that can…

How A Fixed Price Strategy Works For You

Tina Hampton |

Manage your fuel costs with a Fixed Price Strategy.

The idea of a fixed price strategy is to minimize the uncertainty of final prices or costs that are impacted by conditions such as fluctuating markets, time frames or changes to a planned project.As a retail fuel supplier, signing onto a fixed price contract is like buying insurance for your business.  It gives you peace of mind because you know what your costs will be and that you will be protected when prices increase. 

Five Benefits of Fleet & Mobile Fueling

Tony Christensen |

Save time and money with fleet and mobile fueling

If you run a construction company, what is the best strategy for keeping equipment fueled and oiled?Traditionally, many operations purchase fuel tank and lubricant supplies to keep on site and rely on their staff to refuel and service equipment as needed. But is this really the most efficient, safe, and cost-effective strategy? 

Does Your Distributor Have a Strategy to Help You Keep Fuel Costs Low?

Tina Hampton |

Talk to your fuel distributor about an effective pricing strategy.

In a business where the baseline cost of the product varies every day, how can your distributor help you keep your fuel costs as low as possible? First, let’s look at a typical fuel supply line: After crude oil is processed at a refinery, the resulting petrochemical products travel via pipeline or barge to an oil terminal. From there, fuel distributors collect and transport product to local commercial and industrial users and fuel retailers.Here’s where it…