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January

ACS demands evidence for alcohol restrictions
12 January, 2010

The Association of Convenience Stores is concerned by the recommendations of the Health Select Committee's report into alcohol, which includes a range of

in brief
12 January, 2010

DCC buys Brogans DCC plc, the business support services group, which bought Bayford Oil last year, has agreed to acquire the entire issued share capital

Brand investment pays off for Spar stores
12 January, 2010

Spar UK has announced strong results for Christmas with total convenience store sales rising by 10.39% since December 14, according to Jerry

Shop refit boost to Windermere site
12 January, 2010

When Rohan Xavier took ownership of Windermere Service Station, his priority was to renew the site's fuel agreement with Gulf Retail.

Did you see Forecourt Trader appear on HIGNFY?
12 January, 2010

Fame at last for Forecourt Trader magazine, which made an appearance as the 'guest' publication on an episode of 'Have I Got News For You', just before Christmas.

Results of this month's online poll:
12 January, 2010

In light of reports that vehicles have broken down after filling up with E5 fuel, has your site experienced any similar contamination issues?

A perfect storm
12 January, 2010

As we launched ourselves into a new year as well as a brand new decade you could have been forgiven for not cracking open the champers. With taxes

In the surgery this month – Bexhill Service Station, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex
12 January, 2010

GENERAL APPEARANCE: This Jet forecourt and Spar shop on the Barnhorn Road at Bexhill-on-Sea only opened a couple of months ago. The site had been derelict for five years.

Tactical taxing
12 January, 2010

Well at least he left the VAT rate alone...

Help and advice from jac roper
12 January, 2010

Heading them off at the pass

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?