June 03, 2020

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Mansfield Energy acquires Hi-Grade Inc.’s oil and lubricants business
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Mansfield Energy Corp., North America’s largest delivered fuel supply and logistics provider, has acquired Ohio-based Hi-Grade, Inc.’s oil and lubricants business assets.

“Mansfield is excited to expand our offering and capabilities in Ohio,” said Joe Campbell, senior vice president of Operations and Business Development for Mansfield Energy. “Adding the Valvoline branded lubricants to our portfolio, as well as DEF [diesel exhaust fluid] distribution capabilities, will serve Mansfield’s customers well, particularly customers recently onboarded from Mansfield’s acquisition of RW Earhart in October 2017.”

In addition to the residential and commercial fuel and lubricants, Mansfield acquired Hi-Grade’s Pac Pride card lock facility.

“This expands our card lock offering in the local area to five locations as well as increases access to the Pac Pride network nationwide. We are excited to welcome the Hi-Grade fuel and lubricants team to our family,” Campbell said.

Founded in 1924 and headquartered in Sidney, Ohio, U.S.A., Hi-Grade has grown to be a trusted provider of commercial fuels, oils, lubricants and services with convenient locations of its Pacific Pride fueling sites. Hi-Grade’s oil and lubricants offering includes Valvoline, Pennzoil, ConocoPhillips, 76 Lubricants, Shell, Kendall Motor Oil and Quaker State.

The business will continue to operate from Sidney, Ohio, and work through Mansfield’s regional office in Troy, Ohio.

Mansfield Energy offers a broad range of solutions including fuels, natural gas and energy price and data management services. Delivering more than three billion gallons of fuel and complementary products annually to 4,000 customers across the U.S. and Canada, Mansfield Energy is the largest delivered fuel supplier in the U.S.A.

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