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Hurricane Ian hit Florida on September 28th, leaving 2 million without power. Many homes and businesses were left devastated, with weeks of power outages. Today, thousands of people are still displaced from their homes and left with severe financial loss.
To help with the recovery efforts, our response team worked hard to get fuel tanks out of the door to help customers restore power. Our North Carolina facility helped increase our responsiveness to Hurricane Ian, allowing us to provide customers with emergency refueling during a critical and uncertain time.
All our Western Global tanks are built with readiness in mind, helping you get the right fuel in the right place at the right time. If you are operating a construction site in a hurricane-prone area, it’s best to ensure you have taken precautions to keep your operations running smoothly after a natural disaster.
Find out more about our hurricane response-ready solutions:
Hurricane response-ready solutions
Fuel tanks, like the TransCube, are compact and ready to go. The TransCube Global is fully transportable full of fuel, requiring limited resources and labor to operate. So you can deliver fuel quickly and safely wherever you need it.
If a gas station or other infrastructure has lost power or cannot deliver fuel, you can safely transport a TransCube full of fuel to the affected area. Likewise, if the affected area cannot support a large delivery truck, our TransCube Mobile Refueler is ideal for transporting fuel on the move and to limited access spaces.
Without relying on external suppliers, the TransCube can fuel up to three pieces of equipment simultaneously, extending run time on equipment from 24 hours to 7 days.
Our fuel tanks are double-walled, with a built-in weatherproof secondary containment and cabinet design. So, your equipment is kept secure from extreme weather, such as rain, wind, and flying debris. Unlike round tanks with an open basin, our fuel cube’s secondary containment design prevents fuel contamination and keeps the environment safe and secure.