Effective and Affordable Fuel Management: A Case Study

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Fuel management is a vital part of keeping your fleet on the road when you and your customers need it most. However, many companies struggle to create a fuel management plan that’s cost-effective and efficient. Guttman Energy is proud to have worked with countless operations to help them make the most of their fuel deliveries, saving money and keeping their fleets running simultaneously. Here, we’ll dive into the story of one customer. 

A Recent Example

One of our most recent customers was a significant consumer of diesel fuel, and their consumption was quite unpredictable because of the simple nature of hydraulic fracturing. Still, the company wanted to ensure that their fuel was procured efficiently and at a fair price and that they would always have a steady fuel supply when they needed it most. Fuel outages were a primary concern since letting equipment sit idle can cost companies tons of money. 

Guttman Energy worked with this client to create a fuel management plan to suit their unique needs and requests. We installed wireless tank monitoring systems at many of their locations; that way, their tanks would always be filled and prevent run-outs. The company was also able to take advantage of our fixed price programs, keeping their budget simple and straightforward even as their fuel needs changed.

Finally, this customer had mentioned a concern about microbial contamination in the winter months, which had previously impacted some of their diesel-powered equipment. We were able to resolve this issue by performing comprehensive testing and analysis and biocide application. 

How We Can Help You: Fuel Management 

This case study is just one example of how we’ve helped a customer in need. Our team was able to work directly with the client to understand their unique challenges and crafted a one-of-a-kind solution. 

Many fuel inventory management companies try to offer one-off solutions and don’t take the extra time to customize their strategies. This approach often leads to dissatisfied customers, gaps in the plan, and more time spent troubleshooting in the long run.

It’s believed that the global fuel management system market will see significant growth in 2022 and beyond. While new companies may come into the field and offer lofty promises to lure in potential customers, Guttman Energy stays true to the cause we’ve always had: to bring you top-quality fuel affordably and efficiently. You can take advantage of automated processes that always keep track of your fuel levels and let you know when they’re low, offering you peace of mind and saving you money at the same time.

Working with Guttman Energy for your fuel inventory management needs ensures you’ll always have the fuel you need when you need it—interested in learning more about how Guttman can help your fleet stay on the road? Contact us today for more information. 

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