To understand Alliance Truck and Tank Sales, you first need to know a little bit about company founder Mike Svoboda. Svoboda has over 30 years of experience in the propane industry. During that span, he served for 15 years as General Manager for Cenex and five years in sales and business development with Northwest Fuel Systems. In 2004 and while still at Northwest Fuel, Svoboda and partner Jerry Klaudt founded Speedy Propane Inc., a propane tank delivery business. During the same time, the two also marketed propane safety meetings and resource materials under the name of Technical Processing Inc. In 2007, Svoboda founded Alliance Truck and Tank Sales, LLC and became a Managing Partner at Axmen Propane, a retail propane business. Today, Svoboda leads the Axmen Feed division while continuing to provide strategic direction for Alliance Truck and Tank Sales in Missoula, Montana.
Svoboda’s breadth of experience combined with his extensive leadership and marketing background in the propane industry gives him the unique ability to educate, share insights, discuss strategies, and otherwise inform our customers from a perspective of someone who has been in their shoes.
Alliance initially marketed domestic tanks, custom delivery trucks and used equipment to propane and refined fuel retailers. In response to increased demand for LPG and NGL storage in the retail propane and oil/gas industries, bulk storage options including Storage Tanks, Skid Packages, Porta Pak’s, and Transport Trailers were added to the product line. Soon after, bulk plant installation services were added through our network of experienced field technicians. And after becoming approved dealers for Stellar Industries, Inc., LP Service Trucks were added to the line. From design through delivery, Alliance Truck and Tank is now able to provide LPG, NGL and NH3 storage solutions nationwide.
Today, Alliance Truck and Tank Sales, LLC offers both new and used propane equipment including a full line of best-in-class products and services via partnerships with key U.S. manufacturers. Partnerships that have been years in the making.
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