Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Yearbook out now
The Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer 2017 Yearbook is out now, an invaluable asset for every convenience and fuel retailer.
This unmissable guide features insights from the biggest names in the sector, including leading figures from the worlds of food, convenience, fuel, and trade organisations in the region.
It also features the essential Fuel Review 2017, our exclusive and comprehensive guide to the Irish and Northern Irish forecourt landscape, with detailed insights into which companies gained ground during an incredibly competitive 12 months.
We also have full details of this September’s spectacular Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit 2017, and the launch of this year’s Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards.
The Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Yearbook 2017 is the ultimate guide to the industry, enabling you to take your business further!
A digital version of the magazine is available to view online now.
In this issue:
The Topaz senior director of retail sales & operations dealers reveals the road map to Circle K’s arrival in Ireland, and details the transformation the company will be undertaking over the next two years
The COO of Applegreen speaks about the fuel retailer’s successful 2016, and the company’s recent deal to take a 50% share in the Joint Fuel Terminal in Dublin
We take a look forward to the Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit 2017
Brian Donaldson has injected new ambition into the Maxol brand. We talk to the CEO about the forecourt convenience retailer’s invigorated performance
Freshii Ireland master franchise holder Dave O’Donoghue speaks to Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer about the exciting new concept
James Twohig, director of Valero Energy (Ireland) Limited speaks to Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer about the company’s market-beating year
Where is the food-to-go market heading in 2017? We find out.
Experian Catalist’s Arthur Renshaw provides his expert analysis on the Irish and Northern Irish fuel retail sector
Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer takes a look at activity among the symbol groups