Allied Petroleum is celebrating 25 years in the business of supplying fuel.
Starting out in 1992 with just four trucks, they are now a national distributor, carrying around a quarter of New Zealand's daily fuel.
General manager Alistair Tennent says rural New Zealand is the foundation of the company, which has its roots in Canterbury.
Mr Tennent joined Rural Exchange to discuss its milestone year, what's changed over the 25 years, and answer all of the hosts itching fuel questions.
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This content is brought to you by our friends at Allied Petroleum. Watch the full interview with Alistair Tennent above.