A History in Motion
In November 2010, the following companies, each successful in fuel, lubrication supply, distribution, and/or industrial services, joined forces to form RelaDyne. Each of these companies has been recognized as among the country’s best-in-class distributors.
Mid-Town Petroleum, Inc of Bridgeview, IL
Oil Distributing Company of Cincinnati, OH
The Hurt Company, Inc. of Houston, TX
Pumpelly Oil Company of Sulphur, LA
Previously regional businesses, the four companies that comprise RelaDyne now have the geographic reach and resources to supply customers in three distinctive markets –industrial, commercial, and automotive – with an expanded offering of products from a single source. From this strong base, RelaDyne began its acquisition strategy.
Derrick Oil & Supply of Port Arthur, TX
Strategically located between existing Houston and Sulphur locations to ideally serve the East Texas market, Derrick Oil was known as the most customer-focused lubricant and fuel supply business in the Golden Triangle of East Texas.
Hill Oil Company and PetroClean Solutions of Farmerville, LA
Region’s leading distributor of lubricants, fuel and comprehensive fluid purification and flushing solutions. Expanded RelaDyne’s lubrication services and reliability solutions and grew RelaDyne’s geographic reach into north Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and East Texas.
Paulson Oil Company of Chesterton, IN
RelaDyne acquires lubricants and tank wagon fuel businesses from Great Lakes division of Maxum Petroleum, expanding RelaDyne’s density in the greater Chicago marketplace and extending the offering of Reliability Services in the existing Great Lakes region to include fuel and a new line of products and services.
Turbo Filtration Corporation (TFC) of AL
A leader in the turbine and industrial reliability market, Turbo Filtration Corporation significantly increased RelaDyne’s services capacity in terms of both people and equipment. Became part of RelaDyne Reliability Services.
Fentress Oil of Ada, OK
Supplier of industrial, agricultural, over-the-road and construction fuels and lubricants and oilfield services, Fentress Oil geographically expanded RelaDyne’s reach in southern markets in order to better serve existing customers and offer a more complete line of quality products and services to Fentress customers.
RediFuel of San Antonio, TX
An emergency fuel supplier in the Texas markets, a natural addition to RelaDyne’s reliability focused business model. Supplies the fuel to most of the data centers, hospitals, medical facilities, office buildings, and telecommunications infrastructure in San Antonio and Austin. Expanded RelaDyne’s reach into central Texas and further establishes commitment to grow reliability and fueling services.
Palatine Oil Company of Chicago, IL
One of Chicagoland’s largest LTL (Less than Truckload) fuel marketers. Palatine Oil allowed RelaDyne to expand geographic coverage of fuel deliveries to existing business and enhance efficiencies.
Mid-State Industrial Supply and J.B. Weimar, Inc. of Nashville, TN
Helped to bridge the gap between RelaDyne’s northern and southern markets.
Automotive Service, Inc./Central Penn Oil of PA
Expanded RelaDyne’s product and service reach into eastern Pennsylvania and southern New York.
Parker Oil Company of Wichita, KS
Two locations and customer segments of automotive and commercial are perfectly aligned to RelaDyne’s business model. Geographically expanded RelaDyne into northern Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri.
Industrial Action Services, Inc. of Huntington, TX
An integral part of the RelaDyne platform to further expand the Reliability Services division. Expanded RelaDyne’s service footprint into Canada, Alaska, and the East Coast.
U.S. Refueling of PA
A single-source partner for diesel fuel and commercial propane customers serving the Mid-Atlantic. Similar focus as RediFuel business model of commercial and industrial accounts. Expanded RelaDyne’s RediFuel business model into the urban Philadelphia market.
Hollingsworth Lubricants of Nashville, TN
Considered among the nation’s top 10 distributors of Shell, Pennzoil, and Quaker State. Provided RelaDyne with better geographic density and infusion of RelaDyne products, services, and technology in Tennessee and surrounding areas.
Cardwell Distributing of Salt Lake City, UT
Expanded geographic footprint into the western US and Rocky Mountains, mainly Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming. Strengthened RelaDyne’s existing alliance with Shell.
Slidell Oil Company Lubricants and Fuel Divisions of Montgomery, AL
Geographically expanded our products and services into new territories and connected RelaDyne markets north from existing Gulf Coast operations and south from Tennessee and northern Alabama operations. Strengthened existing alliance with Chevron.
Sensmeier Oil of Mansfield, OH
Geographically expanded our current footprint, enabling great satellite support and increased production potential for existing Ohio operations. Further established strategic alignment to major oil brands.
Hager Oil of Jasper, AL
Expanded our existing geographic footprint in the Alabama market, creating regional density and enhancing synergies for future acquisitions in the area.
Western Marketing, Inc.
Expanded our reach in Texas and Oklahoma and made RelaDyne the largest US distributor of Chevron, Shell, Phillips 66, and Summit.
Conservancy Oil Group of NM
Expanded reach into Colorado and New Mexico, creating regional density in RelaDyne’s existing facilities. Strengthened our position with Shell and Castrol.
T.A. Roberts Oil Company of LA
Strengthened RelaDyne’s geographic footprint within Louisiana and Southeastern markets. Strengthened existing fuel capabilities.
A&W Oil Company of GA
Expanded geographic footprint into Southeastern US markets. Strengthened blending operations and opportunities with branded lubricants partners.
Jack Becker, Seaboard Neumann, and Flamingo Oil of FL
Expanded RelaDyne into Florida and strengthened existing relationships with Shell, Castrol, Phillips 66, and Ford Motorcraft.
JC Hunt Company dba BCL Distributing of UT
Increased RelaDyne’s reach within Utah and Southwestern markets. Strengthened existing fuel and distribution capabilities.
CIRCOR Reliability Services
Greatly expanded RelaDyne Reliability Services division with enhanced technical capabilities, experienced management team and associates, and additional equipment and assets. Grew Reliability Services footprint in the United States and six countries.
Dutch Lubricants of MS
Expanded RelaDyne’s reach into Mississippi, filling in the southern state markets. Strengthened existing fuel and distribution capabilities.
Rachel Oil Company of Mansura, LA
Enhanced RelaDyne’s strong Southeastern footprint and strengthened existing fuel and distribution capabilities.
Jasper Oil of Jasper, Alabama
Expanded RelaDyne’s geographic density in Alabama and enhanced our market position. Strengthened RelaDyne’s existing relationship with its branded lubricants partners and provide a strategic evolution to future organic growth.
Legacy Fueling and Lubricants of Victoria, TX
Expanded RelaDyne’s geographic density in Texas. Strengthened RelaDyne’s existing fueling and custom blending capabilities.
Circle Lubricants of Bay Shore, NY
Expanded RelaDyne’s geographic density in the Northeast US and strengthened RelaDyne’s existing automotive and diesel exhaust fluid capabilities.
Richard Oil and Fuel of Donaldsonville, LA
Enhanced RelaDyne’s strong Southeastern footprint. Strengthened RelaDyne’s existing relationship with its branded lubricants partners and provide a strategic evolution to future organic growth.
Nick Barbieri Trucking, Redwood Coast Fuels, and North Bay Petroleum of CA
Expanded RelaDyne’s geographic presence into the California market and served as a foundation to grow our market position on the West Coast. Strengthened RelaDyne’s existing relationship with Chevron.
New West Oil Company of Arizona and Southern Nevada
Expanded RelaDyne’s geographic presence into the Arizona and Southern Nevada markets and strengthened RelaDyne’s existing Commercial Fueling and Lubricants capabilities and offerings.