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Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019
fleet fueling with Kendrick Oil Company

Whether you are just starting or have been running a fleet for many years, you know that the cost of fuel and how you get this resource is vital to your success. The most popular methods for buying bulk diesel fuel are using a fleet card for retailers and working with a supplier. The following information may be able to help you decide which is best for your fleet.

Thursday, October 17th, 2019
auditing files

If you are a fleet manager, your job is more than just knowing where your drivers are and making sure their vehicles are fueled. One aspect of managing a fleet that is often neglected, at least in part, is auditing processes and costs. Here are some tips to help you enhance your fleet fuel auditing.

Friday, August 30th, 2019
fuel tanks, monitoring and maintenance tips

There are a few reasons why you might need to use your emergency fuel supply, including natural disasters and even shortages. Whether you run a construction crew or a fleet for your city, this is a vital resource you can’t afford to be without. Here are some tips to help you manage your emergency fuel.

Monday, August 26th, 2019
get high quality fuel products and services with Kendrick Oil

Diesel fuel and heating fuels are used for different purposes, but they also share some similarities. Diesel and kerosene are typically consistent while home heating fuels can vary depending upon the season and your location. Here is some information that explains the differences between these three types of fuel.

Friday, August 23rd, 2019
bulk fuel for construction companies and equipment

There are hundreds of thousands of construction companies across the country and all depend on having a reliable supply of fuel. If you run a construction company, you know how vital this resource is. Your crew cannot spend their time taking vehicles to gas stations and you cannot afford to shut down a job site due to lack of fuel. Here are some options you have for keeping your vehicles and equipment fueled up.