New Customer Services
- Complete the document
- Print all pages
- Return to U.S. Oil
Please complete, print and return the following document to:
- U.S. Oil & Refining Co.
PO Box 2255
Tacoma, WA 98401
Attn: Treasury Department
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Customer Pack (Asphalt)
This PDF file includes the following documentation:
- Credit Application
Includes a request for financial statements which is a necessary step for an open line of credit. Please include your last two year-end financial statements with footnotes, preferably audited or prepared by an outside accounting firm. We assure you that all information provided will be held in strict confidence.
- Customer Agreement for Preauthorized Invoice Payment
Includes an informational letter on our Electronic Funds Transfer System (ACH). (Not applicable to a prepayment account.)
- Customer Tax Information & Certificates
- Carrier Access and Asphalt Product Loading Agreement for the Marshall Avenue Facility
If you will be bringing your own transportation equipment to load asphalt products at our facility, you will need to sign this agreement and return to U.S. Oil and to meet the insurance requirements specified in the agreement. Your drivers will also be required to complete training on the facility's operating rules and procedures. This training can be scheduled with the Scalehouse at (253) 383-1651 after the signed agreement and insurance certificate have been received by U.S. Oil.
- Carrier Authorization
If you use a common carrier and/or you are your own carrier, you will need to fill out and sign this authorization form to give us the authorization of who could load for your account. The carriers you authorize will have to meet the same requirements specified above for bringing transportation equipment to load asphalt precuts at our facility.
- Department of Transportation, 49 CFR PART 172 - Compliance Statement
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued regulations concerning the security of hazardous materials transported in commerce. The regulations require shippers and carriers of certain highly hazardous materials to develop and implement security plans and assure that their employee-training program includes a security component. Some of these hazardous materials are transported to and from our facility.
In order to comply with DOT regulations, U.S. Oil requires all of its carriers to complete a compliance statement stating that the carrier has developed and implemented a security plan in accordance with DOT 49 CFR Part 172.
If the material being carried does not fall into the hazardous materials classification, please check the appropriate box and sign the compliance statement. Please contact us via email at email@example.com if you have any questions.
If you have any questions or require assistance in completing the forms, please do not hesitate to contact the Treasury Department at (253) 383-1651.