Commercial Propane – Serving Your Business
At Expo Propane, we specialize in fueling propane-powered forklifts for warehouses, air freight and other commercial and industrial uses. Our technical expertise, assets and industry knowledge can deliver flexible services and innovative pricing solutions for a wide variety of commercial, industrial and institutional energy customers.
Propane for Forklifts — And More
At Expo Propane, we specialize in fueling propane-powered forklifts. You can rely on our On-site Fill Program where our professionals come right to your premises to refill your 33-pound propane forklift cylinders, inspecting your tanks with every fill. Or we can provide you with a bulk storage tank, which allows you to fill your own forklift cylinders. Either way, Expo Propane can help your company keep your economical propane-fueled forklifts operating smoothly and efficiently.
Expo Propane Is Your Full-Service Commercial Propane Service Provider.
Business customers rely on Expo Propane for a variety of reasons. Here are just a few of the ways we serve commercial and industrial customers:
- We offer month-to-month propane service, so you know we’re customer focused to keep your commercial propane business!
- Reliable supply, thanks to our national supply resources
- Assurance of safety and an excellent safety track record
- Convenient service when you need it, around the clock, 24/7 – 365
- Competitive pricing
- A variety of quality products to meet all of your propane and other fuel needs
To help you keep your business running efficiently, productively and profitably, contact Expo Propane today.
Propane is used increasingly for vehicle fuels. In the U.S., 190,000 on-road vehicles use propane, and 450,000 forklifts use it for power. It is the third most popular vehicle fuel in America, behind gasoline and diesel. In other parts of the world, propane used in vehicles is known as autogas. About 13 million vehicles worldwide use autogas.
Propane is also used as fuel for small engines, especially those used indoors or in areas with insufficient fresh air and ventillation to carry away the toxic exhaust of an engine running on gasoline or diesel. More recently, there have been lawn care products like string trimmers, lawn mowers and leaf blowers intended for outdoor use but fueled by propane to reduce air pollution.
More than 1 million commercial establishments, such as hotels, restaurants and laundromats use propane in the same way a homeowner does: for heating and cooling air, heating water, cooking, refrigeration, drying clothes, barbecuing, and lighting. More than 350,000 industrial sites rely on it for space heating, brazing, soldering, cutting, heat treating, annealing, vulcanizing, and many other uses. Petrochemical industries use propane in the manufacture of plastics.
If you have any questions or are interested in our commercial propane services, please contact us.