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    Supplying Dyed Diesel for NA’s Largest Crawler Crane

    Obsessed with Mega Machines? Meet the Manitowoc 31000! Texas Ranger’s fans are anxiously awaiting the opening of their new stadium in Arlington, but you don’t have to wait until opening day in 2020 for jaw-dropping excitement. Baseball fans and non-baseball fans alike are discovering the Manitowoc 31000, the world’s largest crawler crane and a surefire […]

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    2018 Year in Blog Review

    The Ins and Outs of Kerosene Since winter is one of the more common times of the year to use kerosene, we’d like to share some tips.  As you know, almost all appliances, equipment, machines, and vehicles today operate on electricity, diesel fuel or gasoline.  In winter as well as times of need, don’t forget about […]

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    Antifreeze & Coolant – Questions & Answers

    In the wintertime especially, we get lots of questions about which antifreeze to use. Gone are the days of coolant being a predictable green color. Today if you go into a well-stocked auto parts store, you’ll be confronted by a spectrum of choices. What’s the best? Why all the choices? Read on to find out […]

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    The Need-to-Know: Ethanol-Free Gas

    Ethanol is made from corn and has been around since 1908. In fact, it even fueled the first Model T. And before that, ethanol was one of the components in moonshine whiskey, so it’s nothing new. Recently more consumers have been requesting ethanol-free fuel. To understand why let’s review some fuel history. Before 2003, MTBE […]

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    The Ins and Outs of Kerosene

    Since winter is one of the more common times of the year to use kerosene, we’d like to share some tips.  As you know, almost all appliances, equipment, machines, and vehicles today operate on electricity, diesel fuel or gasoline.  In winter as well as times of need, don’t forget about kerosene. Just remember – never […]

  • 5 Advantages of Fuel Delivery for the Refrigeration Industry

    Businesses all around the country including growers, producers, manufacturers, beverage companies, and food retailers rely on refrigerated trucks for effective product delivery and food quality. Year round, trucks and trailers that are temperature-controlled are in demand to keep perishable products fresh before, during transit, and after delivery. To keep your fleet running and save money […]

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    Top 3 Reasons the Delivery Industry Needs Wet-Hosing

    Delivery businesses are booming, especially in and around the Dallas Fort Worth area. From food delivery to legal documents, and furniture – every minute counts. The faster you can make a delivery, the more business you’ll have. Since fuel powers the delivery industry, read on to see how you can have gasoline and diesel delivered […]

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    How Fuel Management Saves Concrete Contractors Big Money

    For any concrete contractor – one of their major costs is fuel. With both gasoline and diesel costs constantly fluctuating, planning and conservation is a must. Otherwise, you could be losing hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Read on to find out how you can effectively manage your construction equipment fuel usage and labor […]

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    Top Benefits of On-Site Fuel Management

    If you run a construction company, auto dealership, or transport company, what is the most economical plan for keeping your equipment and vehicles fueled? With on-site fuel management, you can save time and money with on-site fueling, on-site tank storage, or possibly a combination of both. Read on to find out what would be best […]

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    What Are the Top 3 Ways to Get Dyed Diesel?

    Off-road diesel fuel, sometimes called dyed and red diesel is used for off-road vehicles only. For example, agricultural and construction equipment like forklifts and heavy equipment along with generators and refrigerators use dyed diesel. This type of fuel is tax-free. It is not designed for vehicles operated on highways that are funded with our taxes. […]