I have been working at Petroleum Traders Corporation full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Petroleum Traders Corporation was founded in 1979. We are celebrating 35 years as a successful business.
Beginning as a startup company and growing through organic growth, today we are a successful marketing company with 3 billion dollars a year in sales. There are over 6,000 fuel distributorships in America and we are listed within the top 12 of those distributorships.
This is a demanding workplace and as such requires exceptional, professional employees. Petroleum Traders rewards long term, experienced staff through high end pay and benefit scales to include a performance bonus system. Years of service is recognized and rewarded in five year increments reaching $10,000 to those employees meeting 25 years of service. Additional perks include fuel cards, dining cards, and special events held outside of work. An internal corporate newsletter recognizes employees for outstanding work, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, and other company highlights.
We currently employ 120 people and our employees who value and enjoy employment with us include:
2 plus years 26
5 plus years 27
10 plus years 29
25 plus years 6
Feel free to call our human resources desk for references to the quality of our employment and investment in staff.
The nature of our business, being hostage to derivatives trading, is relentless in its pressure on staff to respond quickly to a constantly changing work environment.
This is a demanding workplace and as such requires exceptional, professional employees.
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Petroleum Traders Corporation barters with fuel. The company provides wholesale gasoline, diesel fuel, and heating oil to fuel distributors, government agencies, and other large consumers of fuel such as businesses with vehicle fleets. The largest pure wholesale fuel distributor in the country, Petroleum Traders operates and trades in 39 US states. It supplies #1 and #2 low sulfur diesel fuels, biodiesel, high sulfur heating oil and kerosene, and conventional, ethanol, and reformulated blends of gasoline in regular, midgrade, and premium octane ratings.