About Superior Propane
Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Superior employs more than 1,500 people and delivers over 1.5 billion litres of propane annually. We operate a distribution network of approximately 200 locations, strategically located to serve customers from coast-to-coast. As part of the Energy Distribution division of Superior Plus LP, Superior Propane is able to provide dependable energy solutions through the procurement and delivery of a secure propane supply.
Superior Plus’ Specialty Chemicals business is focused on the production and supply of sodium chlorate and chlor-alkali products.
Managing your propane has never been easier. With remote tank monitoring technology called SMART* Tank™, customers no longer have to monitor their propane levels. SMART Tank detects when it’s almost time for a fill and notifies Superior Propane to automatically schedule the delivery. Customers can also receive a text or email notifying them of up-to-date propane levels, and can view readings, delivery details, and historic usage online at mySUPERIOR.ca.
Commitment to Safety
We strive to be the preferred energy service provider for Indigenous communities by developing meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships, contributing to community and cultural initiatives, supporting programs for education, training, mentoring and employment, and applying a collaborative, consultative and transparent communication approach.
Our most noticeable charitable initiative is our Pink Truck Program in support of breast cancer and the Canadian Cancer Society. Through this initiative, we have painted some of our trucks pink—the first vehicles of its kind in the Canadian propane industry. Affectionately known as “Pinky”, these unique trucks deliver propane to Superior customers across the country. In addition to raising awareness with our pink trucks, Superior also makes an annual contribution to support investments in research and care for people facing breast cancer.
Our pink trucks can be seen in local community fundraising events to help raise awareness for a cause that has impacted so many Canadians.