Western Global to intro new fuel and fluid storage solutions at CONEXPO-CON/AGG
By Jenny LescohierFebruary 03, 2023
Western Global plans to introduce a new product line of fuel and fluid storage solutions at CONEXPO-CON/AGG, March 14-18 in Las Vegas.
With exhibits both indoors and outdoors, as well as a free educational seminar during the show, attendees will have multiple opportunities to learn about developments in on-site fuel and fluid storage solutions and how to improve fueling efficiency on their job sites.
“The fuel industry has evolved significantly in the three years since the last CONEXPO-CON/AGG,” said Jeff Lowe, director of product and sales enablement at Western Global.
“We are excited to not only highlight the longstanding benefits of on-site fuel storage, but also how our products are ready for emerging developments in the fuel industry like renewable diesel and emissions reduction.”
Booth S61138 in the South Hall will focus on the company’s fuel storage solutions for extending generator runtime and refueling job site equipment. The booth will feature both a 251-gallon and 1,204-gallon TransCube Global transportable fuel tank as well as the TransCube Mobile Refueler trailer-mounted tank. These double-walled, cube-shaped fuel tanks feature 110% containment and meet the required certifications for full-fuel transport.
Attendees will also be able to inspect a TransCube Global that Western Global filled with 260 gallons of water and dropped from 80 feet during a test to demonstrate the fuel tanks’ ability to withstand tough job site conditions.
Western Global will also highlight its full range of tanks outdoors in the Diamond Lot at Booth D2138. This location will feature the P12 TransTank Pro. This 3,223-gallon fuel storage tank is ideal for fuel farm applications and other large refueling needs.
With the rising cost of fuel and an increasing focus on environmental safety, understanding job site refueling options is more important than ever. Western Global director of product and sales enablement Jeff Lowe will present information about how operations can take control of their fuel supply during a seminar titled “Improve Fuel Efficiency with On-site Fuel Storage.”
This session is part of CONEXPO-CON/AGG’s educational programming and is offered on March 15 from 1 to 2 p.m. in West Hall 206. The presentation will discuss the benefits of on-site fuel tanks and offer selection considerations to help contractors determine the best solution for their job site.