WILDCO-PES BECOMES LEIGHTON O’BRIEN
FUEL CLEANING DISTRIBUTOR
tank equipment sales,
Wildco-PES will launch its ;rst Leighton O’Brien fuel
cleaning and polishing system in April.
The company will deliver Leighton O’Brien’s fuel
cleaning and polishing technology to its clients in the
Northeast U.S. through its four branches: New Hampshire,
Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey. The fuel cleaning and polishing services will be conducted by fully trained
and safety certi;ed Wildco-PES technicians and supported
by expert fuel data analysis and comprehensive reporting by
Leighton O’Brien’s quali;ed analysts.
“Through this partnership, we can expand our presence
and enhance our services portfolio by leveraging Leighton
O’Brien’s market-leading technologies,” said Adam Desfosses,
president of Wildco-PES. “We can now offer our customers
Leighton O’Brien’s patented fuel cleaning and polishing
for underground and aboveground storage tank systems.
Fuel cleaning and polishing ;ts within our existing service
business and will help differentiate and enhance our overall
The partnership enables Wildco-PES customers to
address multiple issues, such as fuel quality and water
intrusion, malfunctioning dispensers, submersible pumps,
automatic tank gauges, blocked ;lters, bacterial growth,
diesel bugs and phase separation, said Jeff Davis, president of
“Our fuel cleaning technology is complementary to the
Wildco-PES business model and overall go-to market strategy,” Davis said.
“Our patented design and three-stage fuel cleaning
process returns the customer’s fuel to pristine quality while
quantifying the waste and contamination removed from site
to assist our customers with inventory reconciliation adjust-
ments and reduce their overall cost.”
Leighton O’Brien CEO Reed Leighton said his company
will clean more than 2,000 tanks in 2018.
“The U.S. has become our largest fuel cleaning and polishing market over the last three years with the support of our
PEI distributors and service companies,” Leighton said.
TOTAL CON TROL SYSTEMS NAMES
STEVE EVANS PRODUC TION MANAGER
Total Control Systems (TCS) named Steve Evans
production manager, the company announced.
TCS manufactures positive displacement ;ow meters,
accessories and electronic registration.
Evans has been a product manager and sales engineer
for more than 15 years. During that time, TCS has grown
exponentially with a worldwide customer base.
“TCS’ success is due to our customer and quality focus,”
said Shawn Kiefer, director of sales and marketing. “Steve’s
understanding of our customers’ needs combined with his
deep technical and systems knowledge make him the ideal ;t.”
“During my time with TCS, I’ve enjoyed helping our dis-
tributors and OEMs best meet the needs of their customers,”
Evans said. “I’m excited that this new role will enable me
to insert that knowledge into the way we manage our meter