Maxol cleared by CCPC for acquisition of three stations

By Echo Reporter

MAXOL has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) for the acquisition of three service stations including locations at Greenhills Road and the junction of the Naas Road and the Long Mile Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12, all of which were formerly owned by Esso.

The latest additions to the Maxol network will see the company grow to 230 service stations across the country.

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Brian Donaldson, incoming Group Chief Executive Maxol said: “This year is particularly exciting for Maxol as the success of our expansion strategy is evident in our multiple site openings of late and those in the pipeline. We are delighted to now add these three quality Leinster locations to our growing service station network from July 1.

“We have been keen to strengthen our presence in Leinster and these stations will allow Maxol to serve a great many new customers in Ireland’s most densely populated region.

“The future for Maxol represents even more exciting developments and investment right across the country as we continue with our innovative approach to forecourt convenience retailing.

“We look forward to making further announcements on our plans for these three new Leinster sites in the very near future.”

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