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Wayne Fueling Systems Launches Harvey Recovery Initiatives

The company has pledged to aid the recovery efforts as much as possible.
September 13, 2017

​AUSTIN, Texas – Wayne Fueling Systems, part of Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS), has launched initiatives to aid service station owners and operators in Hurricane Harvey-affected areas of Texas and Louisiana.

Efforts began on September 5, when Wayne deployed staff to Houston with genuine Wayne parts to assist in the service efforts of the local Wayne Authorized Service Organizations. The plan is to accelerate delivery of parts to those stations in need, without having to wait for commercial shipping and delivery services, which are severely back-logged because of the storm. Wayne staff members will remain in the Houston area for the foreseeable future and be on-call to deliver necessary parts and support where and when needed.

Wayne has also recently announced a “Texans Helping Texans” new dispenser replacement program to assist those stations with dispensers damaged beyond repair by Hurricane Harvey. Wayne has guaranteed a two-week delivery along with special pricing and low financing options for this program.

“As a company headquartered in Texas, we feel a special responsibility to do as much as we can to assist in the Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts,” said David Crouse, DFS president, in a press release. “This storm has had a huge impact on our community, our partners and our customers. These initiatives aim to expedite the recovery of infrastructure in affected areas so citizens can regain a sense of normalcy as quickly as possible. Wayne Fueling Systems is committed to helping our Texas neighbors in need during this difficult time.”