Fuel & Lubricants Delivered To Your Door

Servicing Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Surrounding Areas

Whether you need heating oil for your home, diesel for your business or hydraulic fluids for your farm – Ridderman & Sons Oil Co will deliver the highest quality fuels and lubricants to you! Contact us today to schedule your delivery

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Ridderman Oil- Family Owned and Operated since 1976

Ridderman Oil, located in Plainwell, MI, is a father and son family owned and operated local business since 1976! Ridderman Oil owns two BP gas stations in Kalamazoo, supply diesel exhaust fluid at a local truck stop, as well as deliver fuel to areas such as Grand Rapids, MI.

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Ridderman Oil sells and delivers fuel and lubricants for:

  • Vehicles
  • Heavy duty equipment
  • Farm equipment
  • Semi Trucks
  • Heating

No matter the amount, you can get your fuel and lubricants in a variety of quantities including:

  • Quarts
  • 5 gallon pails
  • Drums
  • Large deliveries

We offer competitive pricing for your non-ethanol, diesel fuel and lubricant needs- call Ridderman Oil today!

  • Our Gas and Fueling Stations Only Serve Quality Lubricant & Fuels

We only work with the highest quality brands of lubricant in the industry at Ridderman Oil. We proudly feature oils from:

  • Kendall®
  • Conoco®
  • Gulf®
  • ProGuard®
  • Rite Lube, and more
  • Ask us about our 5-day cash or check discount!

    (Credit card payments do not qualify for cash discount.)

We value our customers and strive to provide the best service possible. As a “thank you” we offer 4 cents off per gallon on orders of 150 to 199 gallons or 8 cents off per gallon on orders of 200 gallons or more to our customers who pay their bill in full within 5 days! (This applies only to home heating fuel)

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24-Hour Emergency Service

We offer a 24/7 emergency service providing generator fuel for local businessess on Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, such as the local hospital, to ensure these businesses have enough fuel to continue operating until the power comes back on.