Many of our customers have seasonal fueling needs. Our experienced team can provide fuel for your generators, events, home heating needs and more based on the delivery frequency needs of your business. Whether it's fleet fueling biodiesel for concert tour buses, filling portable generators with off-road fuel to keep your festival powered, or providing on-site tanks and portable fueling units, Atlas is prepared to manage any special event fueling needs.
Food retailers, suppliers, and producers rely on refrigerated (reefer) trucks to ensure food quality and effective product delivery. Throughout the year, temperature-controlled trucks and trailers are needed to keep perishable products fresh before, during, and after transit. For the food industry, keeping these trailers running without interruption is mission critical. Atlas Oil specializes in reefer truck deliveries. From trailers with frozen turkeys before Thanksgiving to holiday hams, dairy products, frozen pies, or fresh flowers, Atlas manages the entire fuel supply chain for the nation’s top superstore retailers. Atlas will incorporate multiple elements like on-site fueling, generator fueling, fleet fueling, and even portable fuel skid tanks to ensure maximum efficiency and operability for our customers.
Atlas Oil Company proudly distributes home heating oil to customers throughout Southeastern Michigan and Northern Ohio. Our courteous and friendly drivers are experienced and knowledgeable at filling residential heating oil tanks. In the heating oil business, you can’t afford to be without fuel to heat your home or business, and that’s why Atlas Oil provides you with the largest fleet to meet your demands. As a consumer, you can have confidence that you are getting great service at a fair price. We offer several programs that can help you manage your heating oil needs.
Our On-site and Mobile Fueling division spent more than 155 hours on Belle Isle delivering a total of 22,000 gallons of diesel fuel. Our fuel powered 75 generators and 50 light towers, and we were even able to meet some unanticipated fuel needs on the island for some of the drivers.