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June

Fuel prices - May 27, 2011
09 June, 2011
ACS welcomes Lords call for changes to Localism Bill
09 June, 2011

Peers in the House of Lords have supported calls from the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) to put retail diversity and sustainable development on the face of the Localism Bill.

Carsley picks CDG for car care
09 June, 2011

Top 50 Indie Carsley Group has awarded delivered wholesaler Convenience Distribution Group (CDG) a contract to supply car care and lubricant products across its network.

Revamp for forecourt safety passport scheme
09 June, 2011

A safety passport scheme that has reduced serious and fatal accidents on petrol station forecourts for the last ten years has been refreshed and relaunched.

BP Petrol Forecourt
Contactless payment comes to UK forecourts
09 June, 2011

BP will be rolling out MasterCard PayPass contactless payments terminals across its forecourts in the UK over the next two years.

Investment pumped into Portadown
09 June, 2011

A Belfast forecourt has been knocked down and rebuilt in a £1.5m project funded by its owners – B&C Litter – and Ulster Bank.

Chevron launches probe into refinery tragedy
03 June, 2011

Chevron has launched its own investigation into the explosion at its Pembroke refinery in which four men died. The inquiry will run in tandem with the Health and Safety Executive’s investigation.

Harry Tuffins wins community retailing accolade
03 June, 2011

Top 50 Indie Harry Tuffins has earned a My Shop is Your Shop Gold Award from the Federation of Wholesale Distributors for its work in the local community.

LAST DAY FOR AWARDS ENTRIES!
03 June, 2011

With the newly re-structured Forecourt Trader of the Year Awards 2011 under way, retailers are rushing to meet today's deadline in the hope of being

Pricing tactics
03 June, 2011

Concern over 'unfair' or 'predatory' fuel pricing (see News Extra page 10) continues to haunt the independent fuel retailing network, while the lag on Platts pricing embedded in fuel supply deals is becoming another source of great irritation.

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?