HONOLULU — Aloha Petroleum Ltd. on Tuesday was awarded a $23-million, five-year contract by the Defense Logistics Agency to supply gasoline and diesel fuel to various military installations on the Hawaiian islands of Kauai, Hawaii and Oahu. The contract goes into effect in January.
“Aloha Petroleum has been supplying gas, diesel and alternative fuels for fleet, tactical and transport vehicles for more than a decade. We’re extremely proud to continue the relationship,” said Richard Parry, Aloha Petroleum president and CEO.
The Defense Logistics Agency is the energy arm of the U.S. military.
Honolulu-based Aloha Petroleum Ltd. is a subsidiary of Sunoco LP and one of the largest gasoline marketers and convenience store operators in the state of Hawaii. It operates 46 Aloha Island Mart convenience stores throughout the state and markets its products via approximately 100 Shell, Aloha and Mahalo branded fueling stations.