Foster Fuels offers relief to hurricane-affected areas

October 19, 2016 By    

logo-foster-copyFoster Fuels partnered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide relief in areas affected by Hurricane Matthew.

Foster Fuels’ Mission Critical Division has already dispatched more than 150 trucks across the East Coast to assist with the hurricane relief efforts. According to the company, its Mission Critical Division pre-staged multiple command centers and was prepared to face the severity of the storm.

In addition, the company says its team has been working to help support U.S. government, power utilities, hospitals, television stations and other mission-critical facilities. It also has helped individuals and businesses find relief by providing diesel fuel for generators, water deliveries and propane for the American Red Cross’ cooking stations.

Foster Fuels, established in 1921, is a family-owned fuel company headquartered in Campbell County, Virginia. It provides fuel services for residential and commercial customers in Virginia, as well as emergency fuel services throughout the United States. Its Mission Critical Division is a team committed to fueling disaster relief for mission critical and government facilities while providing services such as nationwide routine fueling.

Allison Barwacz

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Allison Barwacz is the digital media content producer for LP Gas magazine. Contact her at abarwacz@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3796.

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