Best practices and insights you can use.

The “K” in Kalibrate stands for knowledge

Sharing and gaining knowledge across disciplines is part of the adaptive mindset. It creates an integrated perspective that enables us to innovate for what the times demand and what fuel retailers need. Case studies are just one way we share our knowledge; our tools and strategies are the pieces of knowledge that will guide your business's destiny.

Pointing the way to even better, Kalibrate's 7E assessment of best-in-class retailer

7 Elements assessment

Cumberland Farms —“a brand new 75 year old company”— has aggressively evolved from its traditional fuel-focused roots to become the leading fuel and convenience retailer in the Northeast.

Major fuel provider improves profitability

Fuel pricing

Preem, the largest refiner of crude oil in the Nordic region, needed to execute fuel price changes with the highest degree of efficiency possible. How could they improve?

Benchmark study helps oil company look outside the box

Retail location planning

A major oil company operating in Southeast Asia faced increasing competition. Benchmarking against 44 other brands revealed a surprising path to improvement.

Canadian oil company develops efficient retail network

Retail network planning

A major oil company in Canada wanted to add sites that would increase throughputs, maintain market share, and improve overall brand market effectiveness.

Network expansion through acquisition analysis

Retail network planning

A major oil company in Southeast Asia had seven possible acquisition candidates. Which would add the most value to their existing network?

Oil company becomes market pacesetter after restructuring retail network

Retail network planning

A major global oil company realized that the model for fuel retail success was changing. How could they restructure their offering to maintain their leading market effectiveness?

Improving market effectiveness during fuel price deregulation

Performance assessment

A major oil company operating in Southeast Asia needed to assess the effectiveness of retail operations and pricing processes against new competitors.