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SAN ANTONIO — D&H Petroleum and Environmental Services has combined with United Pump Supply to form a new company. D&H United Fueling Solutions Inc. now owns the assets of both businesses.
Convenience store industry veteran Bo Sasnett was named CEO of the new company. John Farrell, a longtime key executive, will remain with the company as chief operating officer.
The combined San Antonio-based company is a distributor, installer and service provider for retail and commercial fuel systems. Its portfolio of services is available in seven Southwestern states.
“I am thrilled to be joining John Farrell and the entire team at D&H United Fueling Solutions,” said Sasnett. “The company has a long history and an outstanding reputation in the industry as fueling solutions experts. As one company, we have an unmatched footprint across the Southwest that allows us to work with current and new customers as they grow in our markets.
“In addition, as a leading distributor for Gilbarco and other major suppliers, we are able to provide our customers with the latest EMV [Europay, MasterCard and Visa]-related technology, as well as a full portfolio of other fueling-related equipment and services across the Southwest,” he continued.
United Pump Supply has been in service since 1936 selling, servicing and installing fuel dispensing equipment to the commercial and retail fueling industry. D&H Petroleum and Environmental has served the Southwest in fuel management systems since 1964.
The newly combined company also announced its senior management has partnered with Atlanta-based Third Century Investment Associates LP, which will provide resources that will allow the company to continue to grow and better serve customers.
“Our group is pleased to partner with D&H United Fueling Solutions,” said Third Century founder and Managing Partner Preston Moister. “The company has an exceptional track record of success as a fueling solutions leader throughout the Southwest. With additional resources and a superb team in place, D&H is well positioned for further expansion.”