Mansfield Oil opens Midwest office
Oct 1, 2008 12:00 PM
Mansfield Oil, a privately held $5.1 billion fuel logistics leader, announces the opening of its Midwest regional office in Naperville IL to better serve customers. This is Mansfield's third office, and its opening September 23 comes on the heels of the firm opening a Denver CO office earlier this year, following the acquisition of TransMontaigne's commercial and industrial delivered fuel business.
By optimizing fuel supply and logistics across three critical fuel supply markets, Mansfield's new Midwest office will be able to leverage its multi-billion-gallon buying power along with local market knowledge and transportation relationships to guarantee the best prices on the day's fuel for clients. Mansfield already has several key accounts in the Chicago area, including National Express, Sara Lee, and PACE, the suburban Chicago public transit system.
Heading the new group is Jim Stout as vice president of Midwest marketing. Stout, a 28-year petroleum industry veteran, joined Mansfield from FuelQuest, where he was vice president of supply chain solutions. Prior to FuelQuest, Jim spent more than 20 years supplying and marketing fuel in the Midwest, where he managed both Amoco's and BP's commercial transportation and government business.
Stout's handpicked team of oil industry veterans includes Duane Garman, a petroleum industry advisor with more than a decade of experience managing major accounts and providing customer service. Before joining Mansfield, he was with Ports Petroleum for 14 years.
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