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How Temperature Stable is Your Lubricant?

22 Feb 2017, Posted by McPherson Oil in Oil Tips

If lubricants are a part of your business, maintaining the quality of these oil products is essential. The oil company that supplies your lubricants should offer a broad assortment of products for commercial, industrial, and consumer uses. This includes convenience stores that sell gasoline and…

Top Challenges for Fuel Retailers

25 Jan 2017, Posted by McPherson Oil in Industry Information

Convenience stores literally help keep America running. That’s because hundreds of thousands of c-stores provide most everybody with the fuel they need to keep commerce and communities moving. But who takes care of the c-store? Fuel retailers face challenges every day as they strive to…

Factors to Consider When Looking for Retail Fuel Service

11 Jan 2017, Posted by McPherson Oil in General

It doesn’t matter if you operate a single convenience store or a chain of gas stations across a region. There are certain things owners and operators need to see when looking for a retail fuel service. For many convenience stores, fuel represents a significant percentage…

Checklist for Comparing Private Label Lubricants

21 Dec 2016, Posted by McPherson Oil in General

Private label lubricants allow companies to further their brand’s reach by putting their own name on a lubricant. It’s a great way to expand brand awareness, but there is a risk that comes with putting your name on someone else’s product. To be confident with…

Winter Oil Storage 101

14 Dec 2016, Posted by McPherson Oil in Oil Tips

Winter’s cold temperatures have an adverse effect on many things, including your motor oil. This is often because often, the storage areas where oil is kept are not climate controlled. By knowing how winter affects oil, businesses and oil company suppliers can work together to…

How to Fuel Your Trucks in Winter Weather 

06 Dec 2016, Posted by McPherson Oil in General

Trucks in your fleet can suffer in the cold weather from various problems. These problems cause your mechanics to work overtime and drivers to miss their routes. Here are a couple of fueling suggestions to consider as you use fuel services. They could mean the…

Is There a Lubricant Shelf Life?

29 Nov 2016, Posted by McPherson Oil in Oil Tips

Most lubricants typically last about a year in ideal conditions. After that, lubricant can deteriorate depending on storage conditions and actual testing is recommended to make sure that it is still good. Proper storage could extend life of private label lubricant from one year to…