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What Is Wet Hosing & How Can It Provide the Fuel You Need? August 30, 2017

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What Is Wet Hosing & How Can It Provide the Fuel You Need?, Honolulu, Hawaii

Whether you operate a construction company or a factory that makes frequent product deliveries, you can spend a lot of time and money refilling your vehicles with fuel. When you need diesel in bulk, there’s a simpler way than taking each one to the gas station. Fuelman Inc makes the process easier by providing wet hosing to their clients in Honolulu, HI. Here, their staff explains what wet hose fueling is and how your company can benefit from it.

What Is Wet Hose Fueling?

Rather than filling your commercial fleet individually, wet hosing brings the fuel to you. The company will deliver it via truck, putting diesel fuel into all of your vehicles at one time so your drivers can focus on performing their job instead of finding the nearest gas station.

How Can You Benefit From Wet Hose Fueling?

fuelThere are numerous advantages to wet hose fueling. First, you don’t have to pay your drivers to fuel up at a gas station. Second, some trucks are too big to fit at the pump. Instead, you can have the fuel truck come wherever is convenient, whether it’s a job site or your business location. Wet hose fueling can also be more cost-effective because you’re not required to install or maintain a fuel tank on company property. Finally, you don’t have to send drivers and equipment out to the gas station one at a time, leaving less time to get actual work done.

Having your trucks and equipment fueled at one time on-site is convenient. If you want to learn more about wet hose fueling, give the staff at Fuelman Inc a call at (808) 842-3835. They’ll ensure you always have the fuel you need to run your business without delays. Visit their website to learn more about the services they offer. 

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