Diesel Direct expands footprint

Diesel Direct expands footprint

The Massachusetts based mobile fueling company acquires BTU Energy assets

Diesel Direct announced that it has made a strategic purchase consisting of the acquisition of primary assets and the onboarding of the majority of employees from BTU Energy, a Baltimore, MD, based company.

BTU Energy provides on-site fueling through a fleet of trucks that deliver more than 10 million gallons of diesel and gasoline each year, according to the company. The purchase consists of customers located in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. area.

“We are pleased to announce this recent acquisition,” said Diesel Direct CEO and president William McNamara. “This purchase will strengthen our presence in the region and will enable us to better offer clients in these markets enhanced benefits and services, particularly in the area of bulk fuel deliveries.”

Diesel Direct’s flagship service, on-site mobile fueling, consists of Diesel Direct’s trucks transporting fuel and fuel products to company sites, then directly fueling their trucks, boats, generators, tanks, and all other equipment requiring fuel.  The company provides services for total supply management, on-site fueling of diesel fuel and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), tank monitoring, generator services, business continuity programs, specialized additive packages, marine fuel, and gasoline delivery.   

“At Diesel Direct, we are proud to have a culture of innovation and leadership,” McNamara added. “We are constantly expanding our portfolio and are proud to offer our long-term and newly acquired customers the most reliable and efficient diesel fuel delivery services, technology, and products available.”

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