Is there anything you can do to minimize the financial impact of volatile fuel prices?
It’s a question many business owners and producers are asking themselves. Valleyview Co-op Petroleum Manager Jamie Charette says fuel prices may be outside of your control, but there are factors in your power to reduce waste and maintain your fuel quality.
Proper tank maintenance
Co-op’s Fuel Team experts recommend integrating fuel cleanliness standards into your overall handling and storage approaches. This involves filtering the fuel as it leaves the storage tank before entering your machinery.
Upgrading your storage
Choosing the right fuel
When it comes to fuel economy, quality matters, a low-grade fuel supply can clog filters and injectors. Charette says "Whether it’s seeding or harvest, any downtime can be costly. When you switch to Co-op Premium Diesel or Gasoline, you’ll see better fuel economy, power and torque improvement, fuel system cleanliness and protection, and storage life improvement. These are just some of the benefits you’ll see due to the additives in Co-op Premium Fuel."