Your Reliable Supply of Emergency Fuel
Our “Fuel Footprint” Is Nationwide
If your business has already experienced a catastrophic event, you already know the problem you’ll have getting emergency fuel for your facility. It’s time to plan for the next time—and you know there will be one.
Let Specialty Fuel Services help with your emergency and business continuity planning. Instead of keeping your own fuel supply on your premises (which degrades over time if not used and refreshed), our Strategic Fuel Reserves are kept in an operational terminal within a reasonable distance to your facility.
Our relationships with various suppliers gives us a “fuel footprint” that’s nationwide. “Strategic Fuel Reserves” means we never have to go out and find any. SFS can access fuel from terminals all over the US. We can always provide you with fresh fuel, anytime and anywhere your business needs it. Accessible by land or water, fuel is never out of our reach, and available 24/7.
Prefer to have your own strategic fuel reserve facility? Just ask.
We’ll be there when you call to add fuel to your generator, company vehicles, or anything else that needs it. With advance planning, you won’t be subjected to disaster-inflated prices (even if you can get some.) You’ll already know that we’ll delivery your fuel, and what you’re paying when you call us.
Our portable tanks, fueling equipment and fueling workers stand ready to go anywhere, so SFS can keep your generator and other machines operating. You can continue to operate your company no matter what, because we’ll deliver your fuel until you’re back online. We also offer onsite disaster management (including personnel to handle fueling) to help your company get back to business.
SFS already has access to fuel at terminals nationwide, so there’s no delay for pickup and delivery. Our Strategic Fuel Reserve means you’ll have emergency fuel when you need it. And when Mother Nature threatens to strike, you can rest easy knowing you’ll be able to fight back and win.
SFS can help you be ready for that next time.