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Fueling represents one of the largest expenses in the hauling and trucking industry. Over 20 quadrillion British thermal units of fossil fuel energy were consumed by the transportation sector in 20201. The long hours spent driving across different states is on par with the rising labor costs associated with hauling and trucking in the U.S. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, idling heavy trucks consume approximately 0.8 gallons of fuel per hour. This adds up to about one billion gallons of fuel per year at a cost of up to $3B USD2.

Fleet managers can manage fuel consumption by limiting truck speed, invest in idle-reduction equipment, or work with a commercial fuel services provider. This is where Aero Energy comes in. Our team helps hauling and trucking owner-operators determine the ideal fuel solution.

Understanding the Hauling & Trucking Industry’s Fuel Needs

Diesel is the main transportation fuel for many industries that work with heavier use vehicles. This includes the hauling and trucking companies that mainly use diesel-powered vehicles for freight shipping purposes. This fuel is known for its versatility that provides more torque and horsepower than gas-powered engines. In many cases, this also means that vehicles that run on diesel can haul and support larger loads due to their higher towing capacity, providing more fuel efficiency without a decrease in performance and quality.

Compared to a gas engine, a diesel engine is also longer-lasting and more durable as it lubricates and maintains the engine parts as it is being consumed, keeping it in optimal condition for a longer period. For this reason, many trucking and hauling companies tend to go with diesel as their fuel of choice.

The Importance of Commercial Fuel Solutions for Hauling & Trucking Companies

Hauling and trucking companies need commercial fuel solutions to meet their increasing demand for diesel fuel. This is critical as many use a wide range of vehicles that vary in size, inherently affecting fuel consumption. Large hauling trucks tend to require larger, more sophisticated engines because they consume more fuel per kilometer than those with smaller engines.

On average, larger trucks can consume up to 13.2 liters of diesel every 62 miles. By contrast, a pickup van will consume less fuel due to its smaller engine and lighter towing and load capacity. With the unpredictability of the crude oil market, companies now more than ever need a viable commercial fuel solution like Aero Energy, which can provide them with access to energy-efficient, high-quality fuels at more stable, consistent prices.


Why Should Hauling & Trucking Businesses Work with Aero Energy?

Aero Energy is committed to keeping the hauling and trucking industry running strong. We prioritize customer satisfaction and remain committed to providing top-of-the-line products and services our clients trust. Work with Aero and you can expect the fuel you need to be delivered on time for your hauling and trucking company.

Our 90+ years of experience has earned us recognition amongst our local communities. We are proud to be the leading fuel supplier for hauling and trucking companies throughout south central Pennsylvania, northern Maryland, and Maryland’s eastern shore regions.

For more information about our commercial fuels for hauling & trucking businesses, feel free to contact us today.

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