CPI To Build New Fueling Site In Hastings

Nov 10, 2023

[HASTINGS, NE November 10, 2023] — Cooperative Producers, Inc. (CPI) is excited to announce the groundbreaking of a local state-of-the-art fueling site at the corner of Highway 6 and Showboat Boulevard in Hastings. CPI believes this fueling location will cater to the needs of both local residents and travelers, providing easy access and will enhance the overall accessibility of fueling services in the area.

CPI’s new local facility, set to be operational by early 2024, will feature quality Cenex fuels including E10 and E15 unleaded, E85, clear and dyed diesel fuels, and DEF pumps. All of these products will have easy access under well-lit canopies.

Key features of the upcoming fueling site include:
  1. Gasoline dispensers with blending capabilities
  2. Master/Slave high-speed diesel fueling lanes with DEF in dispensers
  3. 2 pickup diesel fueling dispensers
  4. 1 dyed off-road diesel fuel dispenser
“CPI is excited to offer a fueling site on the east side of Hastings to complement our other two Hastings locations,” stated Larry Ehrman, Vice President of Energy at Cooperative Producers, Inc. “We will start with a state-of-the-art high-speed fueling facility that will offer blended gas, DEF, and both clear and dyed diesel fuel. The site is designed to allow for future growth and we can’t wait to get it open.”

About Cooperative Producers, Inc. — Cooperative Producers, Inc. is a farmer-owned cooperative headquartered in Hastings, Nebraska. CPI is currently located in 30 communities throughout South Central Nebraska. CPI offers a wide range of products and services in their agronomy, energy, feed and grain divisions.

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