Eastern Fleet Services Offers Tank in the Box Package

Photo courtesy of Eastern Fleet Services
Photo courtesy of Eastern Fleet Services

Eastern Fleet Services, a designer of fuel reclamation systems, is offering an all-in-one solution for the auto rental, leasing, and fleet industries.

The company has put together a package that can store, dispense, and reclaim fuel.

“If you ever need to move your location, you can take the fuel with you,” says Mark MacArthur, president of Eastern Fleet Services. “No more huge losses from fixed tank systems. The unit will be delivered prewired and ready to go to work for you. The only thing that will be required is electricity to a junction box mounted on the tank.”  

The tank in the box can be customer configured to have multiple dispensers and defueling rails, according to the company.

The Containment Solutions Tank can be made from 500 to 20,000 gallon sizes. It has an outer layer constructed of steel and reinforced concrete that has both a ballistic and impact rating.

The Fuel Boss Fuel management system provides management of the data from both the dispensing end as well as the fuel reclaim side.

The Fleet Master Fuel Reclamation system can reclaim from up to six vehicles at once via advanced OBDII Mass Flow Technology and is integrated into the fuel management system for reconciliation data interface.

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