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TAC Energy

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Country: United States of America
Posted / Last update: 17-11-2009
TAC Energy
TAC is a leading nationwide petroleum marketing and distribution company with annual volumes exceeding 2 billion gallons. With a network that includes petroleum terminals, regional sales offices, and aviation fixed base operations, TAC serves customers throughout the US. TAC’s wholesale fuels division is one of the largest independent wholesale suppliers in the United States.

TAC Energy Wholesale Marketing offers petroleum products at terminal racks and via transport deliveries across the continental US, offering:

  • Consistent and reliable supply-anywhere, anytime, at the lowest cost.
  • Custom and Index formula pricing-consistently competitive prices every day.
  • Major Branded and Custom Unbranded Retail gas station programs.
  • Full range of quality gasoline, diesel fuels, jet fuels, and certified bio fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.

TAC Energy Complete Supply Chain Management offers customers a dedicated 24/7/365 in-house staff, saving customers time and money by actively managing inventory and deliveries, in order to safely achieve the lowest possible delivered cost of product.

TAC Energy Fuel Management Programs offer customers a variety of tools to meet or beat fuel budgets, and increase profitability by controlling fuel costs and reducing volatility.

TACENERGY.COM offers customers a web-based environment to receive quotes, invoicing, BOL retrieval, and custom reports and analysis.

TAC Energy Bulk Trading offers bulk supply and trading across the US via an expansive network of terminals and bulk product shipments via all major US pipeline systems.

TAC Energy currently serves a wide range of retail, wholesale, commercial, and industrial customers with our products and services, including:

  • Retail Convenience Stores
  • Big Box Retail
  • Wholesale Jobbers
  • Transportation
  • Railroads
  • Airlines
  • Construction
  • Utilities
  • Government/Municipalities

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