Employee Spotlight: Chandra Little

Chandra Little is the Lead Mechanical Engineer here at Tank Utility! She leads her team in the design and implementation of our tank monitors and moves us generationally forward as time goes by. Q) Tell me about where you’re from and how you ended up in Massachusetts? A) I grew up in Houston, Texas. I […]

Chris Brablc Employee Spotlight

Employee Spotlight: Chris Brablc

Chris Brablc, a New York native turned Bostonian, is Tank Utility’s Senior Director of Marketing. With his extensive background in the startup scene and killer marketing wisdom, Chris rises to the occasion when it comes to solving interesting challenges with the Tank Utility Team! Q.) What brought you to Tank Utility? A.) I met Amos, […]

The Driver Shortage: What is It and What Does It Mean for Your Propane Business?

Trying to hire more bobtail drivers but can’t find anyone to fill the job? Are you aware that there is a driver shortage across all industries? Even though there are more registered drivers than ever before, the demand for drivers is so high that there are not enough people to fill all the positions.  Why are […]

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Tank’s new Customer Success team drives ROI for customers in three key steps

With lots of companies offering tank monitoring solutions, it’s hard to know which to choose. Do you select based on lowest cost, best connectivity for remote locations, or customer service? At Tank Utility, we’re raising the bar. We created a Customer Success team to partner with our clients one-on-one, empowering them to  hit their goals […]

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5 Key Team Members To Secure Tank Monitoring Buy-In From

You’ve finally pulled the trigger. After months, maybe even years, of thinking — numerous product demos, number crunching, and negotiating, you’ve selected your tank monitor partner. The right one of course (check out tips from JP Carroll and Schagrin!) Now what? This is a crucial moment. Most tank monitoring projects fail not due to the […]

The Fuel Delivery Problems - Balancing Efficiency with Run-Outs

Which Customers Should Have Propane Tank Monitors?

When should I fill a customer’s tank? This is the fuel delivery conundrum in a nutshell. If you deliver too early or often, you can leave margin on the table for the customer with inefficient drops. If you wait too long, you may decrease your truck rolls but increase the likelihood that a customer runs […]