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Headquartered in Santa Ana, California, IPC (USA), Inc. (“IPC”) is a wholesale distributor of diesel, gasoline, LNG/natural gas, jet fuel, and other petroleum products. Founded by ITOCHU, IPC assumed the US operations of Itochu Petroleum Japan, Ltd. in March, 2004. Utilizing ITOCHU’s extensive global network, IPC is a major supplier of gasoline, diesel, natural gas, naphtha, and other clean fuel products throughout the US.


Founded by ITOCHU (TYO:8001), IPC assumed the US operations of Itochu Petroleum Japan, Ltd. in March, 2004. Our affiliation with ITOCHU in Japan gives us a global coverage of today’s fuel market.

The history of the ITOCHU Corporation dates back to 1858 when the Company’s founder Chubei Itoh commenced linen trading operations. Since then, ITOCHU has evolved and grown over 150 years.

A Fortune Global 250 company, ITOCHU is one of the leading Japanese conglomerates. ITOCHU is engaging in domestic trading, import/export, and overseas trading of various products such as textile, machinery, metals, minerals, energy, chemicals, food, information and communications technology, realty, general products, insurance, logistics services, construction, and finance, as well as business investment in Japan and overseas.


IPC is strengthening its competitiveness throughout the US by using our extensive network and resources in Asia. IPC is increasing jet fuel supply in the west coast, broadening our gasoline, diesel and LNG distribution network, and developing our clean petroleum tanker operation and petroleum feedstock trading activities.

IPC Sales Team

With over 150 years of experience, the IPC (USA), Inc. Leadership Team is a cross-organizational group bringing together our senior leadership into a decision-making management body. IPC is focused on strategic growth and innovative planning, organizational values, and stakeholder partnerships. Meet the Team!


Founded in 1858, ITOCHU Corporation is a globally integrated trading company with operations that cover a broad spectrum of industries. ITOCHU’s operations cover a wide spectrum of industries and are classified into seven business segments: textiles, machinery, metals & minerals, energy & chemicals, food, ICT & Financial, General Products & a Realty Company.

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