Bulk Fuel Delivery

Our reliable fleet and fueling solutions provide delivery services when and where you need it the most.

Tyree delivers fuel management solutions to fleet and equipment operators by tracking market volatility to promote savings and optimize the timing of deliveries so you can focus on what matters to you.

Whether your fueling needs consist of an on-site tank used to keep your equipment running 24/7, a temporary setup for an event at a remote site, or a farm tank filled once a year; Tyree has the experience and confidence to handle all of your on-site fueling needs.

We will work closely with your team to provide a seamless fleet and equipment fueling program that works for your business. With GPS that provides ETA’s in real time, our professional drivers will safely and efficiently fuel all of your equipment, even in the most challenging locations or environments.

Tap into the power of our cutting-edge technology

Our drivers are equipped with an app to monitor your product levels and ensure that you never run out.
No confusion about the status of your order. Know exactly where your order is, at any point in time.
See the actual location and current route for greater visibility during the last mile.

Get visibility on any unexpected delays related to your order.

Have some peace of mind knowing that your deliveries are confirmed with a signature.
Get a delivery receipt automatically as soon as your deliver is complete.
  • Our trucks operate 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year to ensure that your fleet, equipment, and bulk tanks are full and ready to work for you.
  • Increase your job-sites productivity using the highest quality products at a competitive price.
  • Tyree has been the distributor of choice in the Pacific Northwest for decades providing additional fueling services to locomotives, marine vessels and over-the-water equipment, and power generation facilities.

From the top of a mountain to a local mill, we'll meet you anywhere, anytime, and fuel anything you've got.

— Tony Smith, Director of Transportation