In our most recent case study, we explore how Phillips & Temro Industries has helped the Westmoreland County Food Bank better serve the needs of its community.
“Winter weather can wreak havoc on diesel trucks. In cold weather, diesel fuel solidifies into a partially crystalline state known as waxing or gelling. The solidified waxes thickens the oil and clogs fuel filters and injectors in engines, and the crystals build up in the fuel line, especially in fuel filters, until the engine is starved of fuel, causing it to stall out.
As the backbone of its food pick-up and distribution system, if Westmoreland County Food Bank’s trucks do not start or cannot run for any reason, everyone involved suffers. In addition to incurring unbudgeted costs, the food bank cannot deliver food to its pantries for those in need.”