Case Studies

Case 1:

One of the largest scrap recyclers in the United States operated their bulk fuel systems at their local facilities as many companies have traditionally done for years. Tanks were installed with standard vents, visible tank guages and no real means of acuratly accounting for the product being dispensed.
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Case 2:

J.T. is an operator of 4 rural convenience stores. As a “one man band” so to speak, he wore many hats: paid bills, did payroll and daily sales reconciliations, met with vendors, assisted managers in his stores, etc. In short there were not enough hours in the day. When he asked us what we could do to help him, we suggested that he put his stores’ fuel inventories under our control.
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