Do you need a Diesel Loaner Tank?

November 16, 2017 By , ,
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We have loaner tanks available for your next project. Give us a call.

Wethose Fueling for Construction

Star Oilco’s goal as as bulk diesel provider is to keep things simple. Make them easy, predictable, and also get the best price for our cusomters.
We love serving construction sites with our mobile, onsite wet-hose service. But we notice sometimes construction projects can sometimes be a tricky thing to fuel.

It can be difficult to keep a construction site fueled with the stops and starts of projects and the coordination required to keep everything moving full speed, while adjusting for the unexpected down times caused by subs, permitting, or weather. To “keep things simple,” which is our company motto, we notice that locating a bulk diesel fuel tank on your jobsite can simplify your project’s fueling complexity. Know you’ve got a few days worth of fuel when you need it and lower your cost of fuel.

We find that our customers benefit from lower prices and increased up time by placing a temporary bulk diesel tank in your project’s yard. Call Star Oilco for bulk fuel delivery and ask us about our ability to place a tank on your jobsite in the greater Portland ,Oregon or Vancouver, Washington area.

Call our Dispatcher to open an account and coordinate getting your project set up.

Single wall 275 gallon and 550 gallon tanks with 110% containment for your short-term construction product at no cost with Star Oilco fueling your project. 550 gallon UL142 Fuel Cubes also available for longer-term or projects requiring the ability to crane a tank as part of a jobsite need. Bigger tanks and card control options are also available if the job requires it. Whatever your tank need is we can find solutions and make it easy for you.

 

For more information call 503-283-1256, email Dispatch@Star Oilco.net or let us know below.

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