Evans Oil was experiencing annual product losses of an estimated 100,000 gallons, with no understanding of where the fuel losses were occurring, or how to stop them.
Meter Drift is a contributing source of variance in fueling systems that happens when components within the meter wear out overtime. As they wear the meters usually pump a slightly higher volume, frequently giving fuel away and eating into a fuel sites profits. If, instead, the meter drift results in less fuel being dispensed it could be exposing the gas station to fines for violating weights and measures standards.
The Red Jacket product team has put a lot of time into designing flexible pumping systems that provide the right level of flow to meet changing demand on site.
A large c-store and fuel retailer with hundreds of sites was facing increased competition as other retailers opened locations in close proximity to key sites. To jumpstart business and build a foundation for growth, new leadership was brought in to streamline processes and eliminate waste throughout the organization’s fueling operations.