Items Tagged with 'Crystal Flash'


Fuel distributor acquires company

June 18, 2019
A fuel distributor is expanding its presence in the region with an acquisition. Read More

Fuel distributor acquires company

September 26, 2017
A local fuel distributor has acquired a company in the region. Read More

Fuel distributor acquires company

January 4, 2017
A locally based fuel distributor has expanded its footprint in the state via acquisition. Read More

Fehsenfeld family relinquishes control of CF

Fuel distribution company is now 100 percent employee owned.

May 13, 2016
For three generations, Crystal Flash has been controlled by the Fehsenfeld family. Now, however, one of the largest fuel distribution companies in the state has new owners — lots of them. Read More

Crystal Flash names CEO

June 9, 2015
An executive with Fortune 500 experience has taken the helm at a Grand Rapids-based fuel distributor. Read More

Fuel shortage addressed

October 17, 2014
Crystal Flash, the West Michigan-based heating and transportation fuel company that is one of the largest family-owned propane distributors in Michigan and 22nd in the nation, says it is ready for a repeat of the winter of 2014. Read More

Fuel distributor enters Indiana via acquisition

February 17, 2014
A fuel distributor is expanding into the Indiana market by acquiring two Michigan companies. Read More

Forecasting keeps propane supplier running

January 17, 2014
A Crystal Flash customer woke up on New Year’s Day without any propane in her tank. She called the company, not expecting someone to pick up. Read More

Crystal Flash buys Monroe fuel business

It’s the sixth and largest deal for CF in the past 18 months.

August 9, 2013
Grand Rapids-based fuel distribution company Crystal Flash has expanded again, this time farther into southeast Michigan, with its largest acquisition to date: C. Barron & Sons Inc. in Monroe. Read More

How about $1.79 a gallon?

June 7, 2013
After joining the Alliance AutoGas Network just six months ago, Crystal Flash Energy in Grand Rapids has secured its first three fleet customers. Read More