U.S. Venture honored with ILTA 2015 Platinum Safety Award
Appleton, Wis., – The International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) recognized U.S. Venture, Inc. and its U.S. Oil division with the 2015 Platinum Safety Award for Safety Excellence at the 2015 conference and trade show in Houston, TX.
The prestigious award is given to companies that have demonstrated an exemplary safety culture across their operations throughout 2014. U.S. Oil has won a safety award each year from ILTA since becoming a member in 2008 including the Platinum Safety Award twice in the last three years.
“At U.S. Oil we are committed to the health and safety of associates, contractors, visitors and the public who work in and live around our facilities. Being presented this award underscores our commitment to the highest level of safety,” said Director of Terminal Operations Mark Waggoner.
About U.S. Venture
For over 60 years, U.S. Venture, Inc. has been recognized as an innovative leader in the distribution of petroleum and renewable energy products, lubricants, and tires and parts for the automotive aftermarket. Guided by its company vision, “To be the very best value-adding distributor of products that vehicles consume in North America,” they deliver unconventional, creative solutions that give their customers a competitive edge. Headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, the company’s business divisions are U.S. Oil, U.S. AutoForce®, U.S. Lubricants and U.S. Gain.
About U.S. Oil
U.S. Oil is recognized by customers and partners for its value-adding approach in the distribution, marketing, trading and operations of fuel and renewable energy products in United States and Canada.
ILTA represents 83 companies and partnerships that operate bulk liquid storage terminals in 39 countries. These facilities are located in ports and along rivers, canals and pipelines. They serve the vital economic purpose of transferring liquid products from one transportation mode to another. Products handled by ILTA members include crude oil, refined petroleum products, chemicals, renewable fuels, fertilizers, vegetable oils, and other food-grade materials.