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May

Spar forecourt trials eco remediation method
26 May, 2011

Geo2 has completed a forecourt remediation project using a groundbreaking new sustainable method for treating groundwater without added chemicals or solid waste for disposal.

Forecourts boost profits with Torex training
26 May, 2011

Retail technology provider Torex is launching an on-site training programme to show fuel and convenience retailers how to get the most out of their Torex point-of-sale system and grow their margins.

Tokheim launches new commercial fleet offering
26 May, 2011

Tokheim, famous for its achievements in the fuel-retailing sector, has announced that it is launching a range of new products and speciality services for the commercial fleet marketplace. A

Petrol cars still the people's choice
26 May, 2011

Petrol cars still beat diesel models in the popularity stakes despite the typically higher fuel economy of diesel engines, a recent study of UK motorists shows.

Coffee Nation machines rebranded in Costa roll-out
26 May, 2011

New rebranded Costa Express machines will start rolling out across the UK from June 1 following the acquisition of Coffee Nation by Costa owner Whitbread earlier this year.  The rebranding exercise will

Harvest Energy signs more dealers
25 May, 2011

Independent forecourt Backwell Motors in Bristol has become the latest site to join the growing network of Harvest Energy-branded forecourts.

Londis announces forecourt winners plus £1m investment
18 May, 2011

Top 50 Indie Kay Group’s Primrose Garage has scooped the title of Londis multiple account forecourt store of the year at the symbol group’s awards in conjunction with its annual conference.

MRH appoints CSG for maintenance programme
17 May, 2011

Number-one indie MRH Retail has awarded waste management specialist Cleansing Service Group (CSG) a contract to carry out environmental services and maintenance programme at all of its sites nationwide.

Keyfuels network continues to grow
16 May, 2011

Fuel card and fuel management solutions provider Keyfuels has increased its network by more than 50% in the past few years.

Cost of forecourt crime on the rise
11 May, 2011

Crime on Britain’s forecourts cost fuel retailers more than £22m in 2010, up from £19m in 2009, according to figures revealed in the annual forecourt crime survey carried out by the British Oil Security Syndicate (BOSS).

Following a deal agreed with Harvest Energy, do you think it will be good to see the Total brand returning to UK forecourts?