AMECO Competitors

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Companies - Management of Equipment and Site Services for Construction Firms

Sixteen companies that provide equipment management for construction firms include Shipley Energy, Burkett Oil, Asset Panda, Jonas Construction, Jones and Frank, Tayor Oil, ToolHound, Pond, Jones, Penta, Wynne Systems, Teletrac Navman, Tevs Energy, Atlas Fuel, B2W Software, and FleetTrax.

SHIPLEY ENERGY

  • Shipley notes that it provides construction fueling support on its website.

BURKETT OIL

ASSET PANDA

JONAS CONSTRUCTION

  • Jonas Construction provides equipment maintenance and management support to construction companies.

JONES & FRANK

TAYOR OIL

  • Tayor Oil provides fuel support to construction firms including the ability to directly fuel equipment during idle hours.

TOOLHOUND

POND

JONES

PENTA

WYNNE SYSTEMS

  • Wynne Systems offers construction equipment management and repair help.

TELETRAC NAVMAN

TEVIS ENERGY

ATLAS OIL

B2W SOFTWARE

FLEETTRAX

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Companies - Management of Equipment and Site Services for Construction Firms: Part One

Shipley Energy has revenues of $500 million to $1 billion and between 201-500 employees. Burkett Oil is a small company with just 2-10 employees. Asset Panda and Jonas Constructions are both software companies catering to the construction sector.

SHIPLEY ENERGY

  • Parent company: None
  • Description of services: Shipley Energy provides home and business electricity, propane and heating oil fuel service, repairs and maintenance of HVAC equipment, and retail sales. It offers construction fueling support.
  • Regions: Mid-Atlantic / North East United States
  • Number of employees: 201-500 employees
  • Sales: $500M-$1B
  • Profits: N/A
  • Other financial information: According to a presentation uploaded on Mid Atlantic Forum, the net operating income in 2014 was $5 million and the revenue was $700-$800 million. The York Daily reported the annual revenue of the company in 2015 as $500 million.
  • The website can be found here.

BURKETT OIL

Parent company: None
Description of services: Burkett Oil is a distributor of petroleum products such as "gasoline, diesel fuel, lubricants, propane, fuel oil, diesel, coolants, and kerosene". It offers fuel support to construction sites.
Regions: Georgia State
Number of employees: 2-10 employees
Sales: $3.8 billion
Profits: N/A
The website can be found here.

ASSET PANDA

Parent company: None
Description of services: Asset Panda is an asset tracking and management platform. It provides tool inventory management and support to construction companies.
Regions: (Worldwide) United States, Mexico, Brazil, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Canada.
Number of employees: 51-200 employees
Sales: $4.4 million
Profits: N/A
The website can be found here.

JONAS CONSTRUCTION

Parent company: Constellation Software Inc. (CSI)
Description of services: Jonas Construction builds software construction equipment management software.
Regions: North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia New Zealand, and Africa.
Number of employees: 51-100 employees
Sales: $10-$50 million
Profits: N/A
Other financial information: Constellation Software Inc. has over 10,000 employees and $1.8 billion in consolidated revenues.
The website can be found here.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

All the companies researched in this request are private companies; therefore, they are not obligated to make their financial reports public. To find revenue and profit figures, we first searched the company websites and press releases for announcements related to revenue or profit milestones or turnarounds; however, we found no such information. Next, we searched the SEC website, and media and research reports. Although we were able to find revenue related information for Shipley Energy, it was dated. There was no financial data found for the other companies. Lastly, we searched business databases for estimated revenues of the companies in business databases such as Hoovers, Crunchbase, and Craft. These websites only provide revenue estimates and do not provide profit estimates for any of the companies. There was very little financial data we found to attempt to estimate the profits of these companies. For the number of employees, we have provided Linkedin data for most companies (wherever available) as the employee count is updated by the company itself.
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Companies - Management of Equipment and Site Services for Construction Firms: Part Two

Jones & Frank has $145.8 million in estimated annual revenue. Taylor Oil is the premier provider of on-site fueling services to construction crews, contractors, boats and marinas along the East Coast and beyond. The company delivers the highest quality gasoline, diesel fuel, and other petroleum products. Jones $ Frank, Taylor Oil Co., ToolHound, and Pond do not have any parent company.

JONES & FRANK

  • Jones & Frank distributes, installs and services fueling equipment for retail fueling stations, commercial and government fleets, and emergency power customers.
  • The company has no parent company.
  • The company has four distribution centers located in Atlanta, Cleveland, Dayton, and Phoenix.
  • Jones & Frank has $145.8 million in estimated revenue annually, and with more than 294 employees.
  • Profitability information about the company is not available.

TAYLOR OIL

  • Taylor Oil is the premier provider of on-site fueling services to construction crews, contractors, boats, and marinas along the East Coast and beyond. The company delivers the highest quality gasoline, diesel fuel, and other petroleum products 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Taylor Oil has no parent company
  • The company has locations in nine states in the US.
  • Taylor Oil has $52.79 million in estimated revenue annually and with 45 employees.
  • Profitability information about the company is not available.

TOOLHOUND

POND

RESEARCH STRATEGY

The research team could not find the profitability for Jones & Frank, Taylor Oil Company, ToolHound, and Pond. However, we were able to determine all the data points except for profitability. Our first strategy to research on profitability of these companies was visiting their websites, blogs, press release, annual reports, among others. However, we were not able to find how profitable the company is on their websites. However, through this strategy, we were able to find the company descriptions and regions in which they operate. Most of these companies don't have any reports published on their website.

Our second strategy was explore articles, magazines, blogs such as Forbes, Business News, among others, We also explored business websites such as Nasdaq, Bloomberg, CSI Market, among others, but still found no information regarding how profitable the Jones & Frank, Taylor Oil Company, ToolHound, and Pond are. We also research on Annual Reports and sec.gov hoping to find any information on how profitable the companies are but still unsuccessful in this strategy. Through this strategy, we were only able to find the descriptions and other information that are not related to profitability.

Lastly, We researched on the press release, statements, speeches, interviews of these company executives regarding how profitable the companies are. We research for the statements, interviews of Pond's CEO Tony Parker, Jones & Frank CEO, Keith Shadrick, ToolHound's president, Dean Perry and Taylor Oil Co., president, Rick Workman, but still found no information regarding how profitable the companies are. Through this strategy, we only found the company sizes, but no information found on profitability.






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Companies - Management of Equipment and Site Services for Construction Firms: Part Three

Jones and Penta do not have parent companies, while Wynne Systems and Teletrac Navman do. Jones and Penta service America and Canada while Wynne Systems and Teletrac Navman service businesses around the world.

JONES

  • Jones was founded in 1949 and has no parent company but they have changed names over time. They have switched from Jones Brothers Trucking to Jones Logistics, and from JB Transport to Jones Transport.
  • They operate in the US and Canada.
  • Their website can be found here.
  • They have between 501 and 1,000 employees.
  • No recent profitability data is available because Jones is a private company.
  • Jones provides the following services:
    • Jones owns a brand called Yak Mat which provides temporary access roads, hardwood mats, laminated mats, bridge mats, cross laminated timber mats, and lease & sale programs.
    • They offer trucking services to haul mill by-products and they sell concrete.
    • Jones also owns a brand called FV Recycling which offers transportation of products to be recycled, audits to determine the best recycling option, installation of bailers, and open-top bins and dumpsters. They specialize in paper, cardboard, aluminum and plastic recycling.
    • They offer dry and refrigerated storage units and fuel tanks equipped with monitoring technology for the duration of a construction project.
    • Their brand Jones Logistics offers general and specialized transportation services.
    • Jones also offers SPOT Traceability, a mobile application that is used to update and maintain all information revolving around pipe and pipe logistics.

PENTA

  • Penta, an industry leader for over 35 years, has no parent company.
  • Penta operates in the US and Canada.
  • Their website can be found here.
  • Penta has between 51 and 200 employees.
  • No recent profitability data is available because Jones is a private company.
  • Penta provides the following services:
    • Penta provides cloud hosting services that enable construction staff to access data anywhere they are working with Penta's construction software. Penta also helps with the implementation of this software through training and configuration.
    • Through their managed services, Penta can oversee its clients' IT service when a client outsources it to them.
    • Penta also offers support services to its clients through application support, development, and technical services.
    • Penta offers disaster recovery by ensuring that client data is saved and can be back online within hours of a crisis like a cyber attack or a natural disaster.

WYNNE SYSTEMS

TELETRAC NAVMAN

  • Fortive Corporation is the parent company of Teletrac Navman.
  • Teletrac Navman has 900 employees and operates across the US, Europe, and the Asia Pacific.
  • Their website can be found here.
  • They have 40,000 customers around the world.
  • No recent profitability information was available.
  • Teletrac Navman provides the following services:
    • Teletrac Navman offers telematics solutions for companies. This includes fleet management software to monitor fleets and mobile workforces and construction site software that can oversee various construction sites.
    • These services also include fleet safety software to monitor driver performance and safety, and work management software to track and manage schedules.

RESEARCH STRATEGY:

Your research team was unable to find recent profitability information for any of the four companies.
Both Jones and Penta are private companies that do not release yearly reports or investor reports. To find data on profitability we searched for press releases or articles from reputable media sites that detail any information on profits or progress recently made. Unfortunately, this search failed to yield any results.
For Teletrac Navman and Wynne Systems, we employed several strategies in attempts to find data on recent profitability.
First, we searched their websites for annual or quarterly reports and investor relations, but we were unable to find any. Second, we examined the parent companies in hopes that they would have published annual reports that provided data on the performance of their companies. Still, this search was fruitless. Finally, we searched for press releases or articles from reputable media sites that detailed any information on recent profits or progress. This final search failed to reveal any relevant information.
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Companies - Management of Equipment and Site Services for Construction Firms: Part Four

Tevis Energy is a fuel supplier that offers its services across York, Howard, Harford, Franklin, Carroll, Fulton, Baltimore, and Adams County in Maryland. Conversely, Atlas Oil distributes fuel across 49 states in the United States. In addition, B2W offers its services in the U.S. and several provinces in Canada.

TEVIS ENERGY

  • Tevis Energy is part of the Tevis Family of Companies.
  • Tevis Energy is a fuel supplier that offers additional services, such as heating and air conditioning, installation and repair, and propane services. Also, the company provides services focusing on water heaters, fireplaces and grills, generators, home security, and outdoor billboard advertising.
  • The company provides its services in York, Howard, Harford, Franklin, Carroll, Fulton, Baltimore, and Adams County in Maryland.
  • The company has approximately 49 employees.

ATLAS OIL

  • Atlas Oil is owned by Simon Group Holdings.
  • The company offers risk management solutions for oil and gas, fuel management systems, and fuel tank maintenance solutions. In addition, Atlas oil provides frac fuel services, Fuel Automation Station, and commodity transloading services. Also, it provides bulk fuel delivery, mobile and onsite fueling, retail fueling, specialty fuel services, chemical transport, and marine fueling services.
  • Atlas Oil sells products such as above ground fuel tanks, diesel additives, diesel exhaust fluid and equipment, lubricants, and safety data sheets.
  • Additional services include disaster deployment, generator fueling, and fuel assurance plans. The company also leases out and sells gas stations.
  • The company distributes fuel across 49 states in the U.S. These include Michigan, Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming, among others.
  • Atlas Oil has approximately 110 employees.

B2W SOFTWARE

  • B2W is a construction management software company located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is privately-owned and does not have a parent company.
  • B2W offers estimating and bidding, scheduling and dispatching, field tracking and analysis, and equipment and maintenance software. The company also provides safety and inspection forms, client portals, implementation, training, consulting, and integration services.
  • The company provides its services across all 50 states in the U.S. and several Canadian provinces.
  • B2W has approximately 63 employees.

FLEET TRAX

  • Fleet Trax is a fleet management tracking company owned by GPS Trackit.
  • The company offers services, such as fleet tracking, ELDs, asset tracking, dispatch solutions, and report solutions.
  • Fleet Trax offers its services across the United States and North America at large.
  • The company has between 11 and 50 employees

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We could not identify any information related to Tevis Energy's sales and profits. We first examined the company's resources on its corporate website. However, the website only focused on the products and services offered. We then attempted to look at statistical portals, such as Hoovers, Owler, and Crunchbase. However, these platforms only provided information on estimated company revenue and not sales revenue or profit. Finally, we attempted to look at the annual reports of the parent company, The Tevis Family of Companies. We hoped that we could find financial information about Tevis Energy but to no avail. We did not find information on the parent company from media reports and industry sites. We only found information regarding Tevis’ sister companies. Therefore, we assumed that the information is not available in the public domain because the company is privately-owned and is not obligated to share financial reports.

Also, information about Atlas Oil’s profits and sales was not available in the public domain. We first examined the company’s website and media platforms such as PR Newswire and CS News. However, these sites only provided information regarding the company’s products and services and its strategic moves. We then attempted to look at statistical portals such as Owler and Crunchbase. However, these platforms only provided estimated revenue information and not sales revenue or profit. We finally attempted to look at reports from the parent company, Simon Group Holdings. However, we did not find any useful information on the company’s website besides the organizations that the group owns and their recent acquisitions. A key reason why the information could not be found is that Atlas Oil and its parent company are private, and, therefore, not obligated to disclose financial reports to the public.

Furthermore, we could not find information about B2W’s profits and sales. We first looked through company resources and media sites, such as NH Business Review, MCS Magazine, and Business NH Magazine. However, these sources only provided estimations on the company’s revenues when it started in the mid-1980s. We then looked at statistical portals such as Craft, Manta, and Owler, however, these sites only provided revenue information but not sales revenue or profit. Finally, we attempted to look at conferences and events where the company could have revealed information regarding their profits or sales, such as the Annual User Conference organized by B2W but to no avail. The conferences only focused on training, networking, and consultations. We assumed that financial information is not available in the public domain because the company is private.

In addition, our research did not yield any positive results when it came to Fleet Trax’s sales and profit. We looked through the company website and media platforms, such as Auto News, ME Construction News, and Auto Remarketing. However, these sources only focused on the company’s acquisition by GPS Trackit. We then attempted to look at statistical portals like Crunchbase, Owler, and Statista but these platforms only provided general revenue information and not profit or sales revenue data. Lastly, we tried to look at the parent company’s annual report; however, the website did not have any financial reports most likely because the company is private. For these reasons, we made the assumption that the information is not available in the public domain.
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