Pump & Meter Service has been selling and installing petroleum products since the 1930's. If you have a question about fueling station products, we have the answers and the solutions you’re looking for.
Pump and Meter Service offers products for industrial use, such as: oil/water separator tanks, heating oil tanks and underground water storage.
Not only do we offer a huge variety of petroleum products, but we also have experience in providing you the services you need.
Pump & Meter Service has installed vehicle lifts in many of the largest shops in the Twin Cities area. Our installations range from lifts for automobiles, to buses, to heavy equipment, to semi tractors.
We offer products that will allow us to be your one stop shop for fueling stations. Tanks, piping, dispensers, auto canopy, lighting, fuel monitoring systems, and point-of-sale electronic systems. We have you covered.
Pump & Meter Service offers one of the widest product varieties for lubrication equipment. We have worked with hundreds of lubrication customers over the years, so we know what products will work for you.
We recently completed a project for XPO Logistics in Fridley, MN. Three below ground fiberglass tanks, UPP piping, new canopy, dispensers and concrete. Read More...
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GILBARCO ANNOUNCES FIRST US FUEL DISPENSER EMV “CHIP” TRANSACTIONHeightens Security and Meets Growing Consumer ExpectationsThursday, June 15, 2017Gilbarco Veeder-Root has announced the successful processing of the first US EMV™ “chip” transaction at a fuel dispenser, utilizing Gilbarco’s Passport® Point-of-Sale (POS) and Encore® fuel dispensers on the First Data network (NYSE:FDC). Gilbarco’s Passport POS solution is the first POS in the US to process forecourt EMV transactions, l... Read More...
Data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Feb. 1 shows that ethanol in the nation’s transportation fuel supply surpassed the hypothetical 10 percent blend wall in 2016. Read More...