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September

Midlands Co-op joins Payment Watch
20 September, 2013

Midland Co-operative Society has signed up to the Payment Watch debt recovery scheme run by the British Oil Security Syndicate (BOSS).

Euro Garages wins Forecourt Trader of the Year 2013
20 September, 2013

Moshin and Zuber Issa of Top 50 Indie group Euro Garages, took top honours at last night’s prestigious Forecourt Trader of the Year Awards, in front of a packed audience in the glamorous surroundings of the London Hilton Hotel in Park Lane.

Asda ranks highest in poll to find nation's favourite forecourt
18 September, 2013

Asda is ranked as the nation’s favourite forecourt in a new independent study by Market Force Information, a global specialist in customer intelligence solutions. 

PRA forecasts gradual fall in fuel prices
18 September, 2013

The sudden price hike in both Brent crude oil and UK wholesale fuel prices has thankfully receded as the likelihood of US and UK intervention in Syria subsides, Brian Madderson, PRA chairman, has reported.

Phillips 66 shows appoints new national sales manager
18 September, 2013

Phillips 66 has further strengthened its commitment to UK fuel sales with the appointment of Tony Reddington as national sales manager for its UK & Ireland Marketing division.

Cricket star Broad bowls up at BP garage
17 September, 2013

England Cricketer Stuart Broad surprised staff in a BP Garage in Feltham today (September 17) when he arrived to lend a helping hand in store. The Ashes hero took some time out of his busy diary to help out the everyday busy commuters and employees while educating them on the importance of having a healthy diet while on the go.

Clegg confirms mandatory plastic bag charge
16 September, 2013

A five pence mandatory charge for single-use carrier bags will be introduced from Autumn 2015, the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, announced at the weekend.

Moto Hospitality launches workspace service for motorists
16 September, 2013

Moto Hospitality, the UK's largest motorway service area operator, has launched its first Regus Express business centre today, following its agreement with the global workspace provider to offer professional workspace and business support for motorists and mobile workers.

ACS warns Cable not to meddle with minimum wage
16 September, 2013

Business Secretary Vince Cable has been warned by the ACS about the dangers of political interference in the setting of the national minimum wage.

ACS urges retailers to submit views on alcohol licence consultation
13 September, 2013

Retailers are being encouraged by the Assocation of Convenience Stores (ACS) to submit their views on a consultation by the Home Office, which proposes the end of the personal alcohol licence.

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?