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Vote for your champion
30 July, 2012

Voting is underway for the Forecourt Trader and Mace Retailer Champion award.

in brief
30 July, 2012

Support for FairFuelUK

Results of this month's online poll:
30 July, 2012

Do you think the banks are providing a good enough level of support and service to enable you to run your business successfully?

BP 'fuels the future' at London 2012 Games
30 July, 2012

BP has launched its vision for 'Fuelling the Future' at its Hammersmith site in London to coincide with its role as official oil and gas partner of London 2012.

Dover site re-opens after 10-year closure
30 July, 2012

The owners of Kent's newest petrol station made sure they turned heads when a genuine Texas State Trooper cop car turned up to the official opening in Dover last month.

chris Hunt
30 July, 2012

It's sad news that a buyer could not be found to keep Coryton as an operating refinery. The loss is a blow to the local economy and the many people who work there.

10 more sites for Harvest Energy
30 July, 2012

Ten independent operators have signed up with Harvest Energy, strengthening its brand presence across the UK.

Bouncing tyre blasts price poll
30 July, 2012

Staff at the Carsley Group's BP North Muskham site on the A1 in Nottinghamshire suffered a very near miss/freak incident last month.

Gulf refuels with Torex FuelBase
30 July, 2012

Gulf Retail has approved Torex's FuelBase epos and pump controller system for its dealer estate of more than 1,000 sites, offering a "significant" discount on each system until August 31 this year.

Contactless saving
30 July, 2012

Small- and medium-sized forecourt retailers are being given an opportunity to switch to the kind of advanced Chip & PIN, contactless and mobile payment systems currently used by major multiple retailers but at a fraction of the cost.

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?