Radwell International Inc. is proud to be a one-stop shop for industrial equipment and repair needs. “We compete against repair companies, surplus equipment suppliers and industrial supply equipment distributors,” owner Brian Radwell says. “Our business model is to provide options; instead of making phone calls to three or more different companies, customers can make one call to us and have a number of options right at their fingertips.”

The oilfield business is all about movement. Trucking water, sand and proppants in and flowback water and oil out is a 24/7 business, and just like the oil production itself, all of the companies involved want it to flow well. The process starts with efficient dispatching. Using traditional methods such as whiteboards and colored pens or a basic spreadsheet that simply converts the same information from a whiteboard to a computer, a veteran dispatcher can handle maybe 40 trucks a day, but with the right system perhaps that number can be doubled.

It has been more than six decades since Landi Renzo began developing technology to transform compressed natural gas (CNG) into alternative fuels for transportation. Landi Renzo SpA is the world’s leading alternative fuels company. In the United States, Landi Renzo USA offers alternative fuel solutions to its customers.

The company established Landi Renzo USA in January 2010. “We wanted to bring our experience to the United States,” President Andrea Landi says. “The market is still small, but it is ready for big numbers.”

Danny Mairs, president and CEO of Cox Petroleum Transport, knows that there is nothing more important in his line of work than safety. The company – a third-party logistics carrier specializing in the transportation of petroleum products, headquartered in Bakersfield, Calif. – has received many awards for its safety measures. These include the 2012 Board of Directors Grand Trophy from the California Trucking Association (CTA), the CTA 1st place for Liquid Tank and Vacuum and several competitive safety and personnel safety awards from the National Tank Truck Carriers.

Energy independence is a hot topic nowadays, although the idea of changing from the oil-based lifestyle that Americans are used to makes some people nervous and unsure about how to achieve it. Even so, with regular gas prices reaching $4 a gallon on a regular basis and diesel prices even higher, most agree that change is needed. American Natural Gas (ANG) is helping the transportation industry realize this change and do so in a cost-efficient manner.

Like most power and communications companies serving the northeastern United States, Verizon had much to do following the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy. The company, one of the nation’s largest communications providers, worked not only to keep its networks running during and after the storm, but also to repair extensively damaged communications infrastructure in severely affected parts of New Jersey and New York.

Alagasco may have celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2012, but the company is far from stuck in the past. The natural gas distributor based in Alabama continues to push for innovative ways to serve its customers, including switching to new technology to read meters and supplying fuel for natural gas vehicles (NGV) of all kinds throughout the state.

ArrowStream believes that supply chain and logistics are best optimized by planning ahead. The company’s solutions have integrated transportation and logistics into a single view of the supply chain. ArrowStream’s software oversees the flow through the supply chain, helping customers manage inventory and logistics costs.

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