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Blog Posts | August 23, 2017

4Refuel Opens New Facility in Regina

4Refuel has a new home in Regina.

After experiencing significant growth, and in preparation for rapid future expansion, 4Refuel is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of a larger facility in the Saskatchewan Capital.

The 4,080 square foot space with an additional 1,200 square foot mezzanine, houses operational, administrative and sales staff along with our industry-leading fleet, which services the south Saskatchewan region. A four-bay truck garage allows for easy maintenance and location in the north west corner of the city provides convenient access to all major routes and highways.

4Refuel first entered the Saskatchewan market in 2011 and has experienced significant growth after having participated in numerous major projects including fuelling construction of the RBDB Ring Road.

Currently, 4Refuel is one of the largest and most trusted refuelling brands in Western Canada and looks forward to continued growth.

“This strategic move allows us to continue offering exceptional service to our existing clients and keep up with the growing demand in the Saskatchewan marketplace,” said Larry Rodo, 4Refuel President & CEO.

“We receive constant inquiries from prospective customers who wish to utilize our service and embrace the technology we offer through our FMO system. It’s a solution that works very well,” added 4Refuel Regional Sales Manager – Canadian Prairies, Brian Savilaakso.

4Refuel also maintains offices in Saskatoon and services an extensive portion of the province extending to North Battleford, Prince Albert, Bethune, Moose Jaw, Estevan, Weyburn and Swift Current.

For more information about 4Refuel’s product and service offerings in Saskatchewan, contact us at 1-888-473-3835 to speak to our Client Services Team or come visit us at our Saskatoon or Regina offices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left: The facility features ample changing room for staff. Right: Regional Operations Manager Manitoba/Saskatchewan John Hueckel poses for a photo with a truck outside the new facility.