Hopkins Oil delivers all of the diesel fuel and gasoline that we sell in Eastern N.C. in our own fleet of Fuel Depot transport trucks, with their distinctive colors of silver, black and gold.
Fuel Depot Locations
With our resources, we can provide you with a lower cost solution for your Diesel needs. Mobile Fueling saves you money overall on labor.
Our fuel is a value-added product whereby you can out-source the labor to place the fuel in each vehicle, saving your own labor, medical insurance, retirement, fica, etc. , not to mention alternative profit, “shrinkage”, tank insurance, and cost of inventory.
Use our savings calculator to calculate just how much we can save you.
Coming Soon: CFN
For those who have their own capital, Hopkins Oil will help you build your own convenience store. We work like a consultant to bring together the help you need to make it happen.
Conversion of a Competitive Brand
By clicking on the link below one can go to the Chevron website for a full line of car, truck, and heavy industrial products. One can click on any product on the list and receive a printout of any of the Product Data Sheets needed or an MSDS printout. Hopkins Oil Company, Inc. stocks the most commonly used products, many in bulk,but can obtain any product on the list in any amount or container.
Hopkins Oil Can Meet All Your Needs With These Fine Products And Services
- Fleet and Installer Site Evaluation
- Cost Savings Analysis
- Oil Analysis and Interpretation
- Lubrication Product Consolidation
- On-Site Lubrication Training
- Oil Recycling and Purification (On and Off Site)
- On-Site Trouble Shooting
- Emergency Delivery Services
Our wireless gauges call in every morning to our Internet site at 6 a.m., giving us the product level at that time. Our drivers come in at 7:30, read the monitors, looking for the red or yellow alert levels. This tells them which customers are critical to fill today. They go load the trucks and fill the tanks.
Should a tank level hit an alert level during the day, Operations receives an e-mail:
Tank (2000 off road) has dropped to a level of (17%), 347 Gal. at Raleigh Metal Processors on 2/3/10 09:30 CST
He must decide whether or not the need is critical or if it can wait until tomorrow. If he decides that customer will run out today he can look at his GPS screen to see which driver is closest to the site, dispatching that delivery truck.
After the driver fills the tank, Operations receives a confirmation:
Tank: 2000 ON ROAD at Barbour’s Wrecker generated a Fill alarm at: 02/04/2010 12:00 (CST). The Monitor has indicated a fill amount of: 1491 Gallons (74%).