To all our family and friends: thank you for your friendship and continued support of Sun Coast Resources, Inc. May this holiday season bring love to your heart, health to your body and peace and joy throughout 2018.

Sun Coast ranked as HBJ’s fourth largest Houston-based family owned business

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The Houston Business Journal recently announced their ranking of the largest Houston-based family-owned businesses, by total companywide revenue in 2016.  According to HBJ, Sun Coast Resources, Inc., founded by CEO and president Kathy Lehne in 1985, was the fourth largest Houston-based family owned business, with annual revenue topping $800 million. In order to qualify for … Continued

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Sun Coast Resources, Inc. was recently awarded Chevron’s coveted Diamond Award.

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Sun Coast Resources, Inc. was recently awarded Chevron’s coveted Diamond Award. This prestigious Award recognizes Chevron’s 1st SOURCE Elite Lubrication Marketers throughout North America that have accomplished exceptional growth in the prior year. The eligibility for this award required marketers to purchase a minimum of 7% more volume during the program period compared to a … Continued

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Sun Coast Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is a world-wide annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plant to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. Sun Coast employees commemorated … Continued

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Sun Coast Adds Two Bobtail Vac Trucks to the Fleet

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Sun Coast Resources, Inc. is committed to delivering the best equipment and an outstanding customer experience. That philosophy continues this month with the addition of two well-equipped vacuum bobtail trucks, that can be used for water and waste disposal, frac fluids, chemicals, slurry and sludge to name a few. The two-compartment vac bobtails are capable … Continued

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