Depending on your location, Shell, Exxon, Mobil, BP, Chevron, Texaco, Phillips 66, Conocco, Union 76, Marathon, Valero, and Diamond Shamrock. We also have an unbranded offer.
Your National Wholesale Fuels Regional Development Manager will work with you to determine what brand offers the best opportunity for your specific location.
There are many advantages. Consumers are loyal to a brand they trust because of the higher fuel quality, additives, and detergents. In addition, consumers are aware of branded gasoline because of proprietary credit card programs, fuel rewards, and local and national advertising campaigns.
For you, the Dealer, branding your site may include an image investment, volume rebates, and other variable incentives.
Yes. National Wholesale Fuels offers a range of options including fully-automated tank monitoring and dispatch to insure “keep-right” fuel inventory levels. Fuel dispatch is managed by a live person, in an office, 24-hours a day, every day.
National Wholesale Fuels has experienced, local Dealer Business Managers specifically trained to assist you in managing and building your business.
National Wholesale Fuels currently serves much of the United States. Click here for a coverage-area map and your Regional Development Manager’s contact information.
Whether you are a single or multi-site operator, National Wholesale Fuels will leverage our relationships with key national brands to provide a broad spectrum of programs. The local Dealer Business Manager will work with you to efficiently utilize these programs at each of your unique locations.
Depending on what your site needs we can offer a variety of options to assist you. Our Regional Development Managers are trained to assist you in exploring these options.
Yes. Please contact the Regional Development Manager for your area of interest. Click here for our coverage map.
National Wholesale Fuels is committed to growth in the U.S. Whether a single site, or a multi-site organization of wholesale operated facilities, we would be interested in speaking with you. Contact the Regional Development Manager in your area if you are interested in divesting your business.