Dallas-based TACenergy, one of the nation’s largest wholesale fuel sales companies, announced the appointments of two newly created positions supporting company growth plans to extend competitively priced product sales across the nation.
Hazel Helm was named director of supply and Randy Grizzle was named director, sales & marketing, and the company said they will add depth to the senior management team and support to key service areas.
“The addition of Randy and Hazel comes at a time to support the growth trajectory we are experiencing and gives our team incremental depth extending our potential to reach new volume goals while continuing to lead the industry with the absolute best service levels in logistics and professional services,” TACenergy COO Fred Sloan said in a statement.
Grizzle brings more than 25 years of U.S. fuel marketing experience leading sales development and data analytics for regional/national mid-stream energy companies.
“The growth and high level of customer service TACenergy continues to bring to market reflects the activity of a very powerful team”, Grizzle said in a statement. “I am excited to assist the company in achieving its highest potential.”
Grizzle will focus on continued business development opportunities, furthering current and future relationships with key national and regional companies in conjunction with developing processes and programs that enhance the foundation of company service levels.
Helm will focus on upstream supply relationships and contract development.
She brings 17 years of multifaceted strategic buying and analysis experience combined with a background from the refiner’s point of view to strengthen the national supply experience for TACenergy, the company said.
Helm enhances the company’s existing business intelligence, TACenergy said, ensuring a well-managed national supply system with over 800 U.S. terminals in the TACenergy network.
“TACenergy is poised to lead the transformation of fuel distribution to include all energy resources and the vast long-term relationships with suppliers signifies its strength as the leader and I am excited to be a part of it,” Helm said in a statement.
The company said its “Drive to 3 Billion” goal is set to be achieved through organic growth and with the surety of its suppliers, carriers, and customers being treated with the respect and integrity that are the foundational tenets the company has maintained for nearly 60 years.
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