Price Risk Management

 

The CountryMark Price Risk Management Program is a contractual agreement that allows fuel customers to lock in fuel prices for a specific period of time -- helping customers avoid seasonal fuel cost fluctuations, as well as better forecast and manage their energy expenses.

Flexibility is a key benefit with the CountryMark Price Risk Management program. With our program, you pick the fuel amount, the contract period and the delivery schedule. At CountryMark, you can contract volumes as small as one transport load and contract periods as short as one month.

All CountryMark fuel products are eligible for our Price Risk Management program.

In today's volatile energy market, the CountryMark Price Risk Management program takes the guesswork out of forecasting fuel expenses. Contact your local dealer today for an enrollment contract or to attend upcoming training programs on the CountryMark Price Risk Management tools available.

 
 
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