Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
The retailer plans to build 10 new sites in Charleston and eastern South Carolina over the next year.
Alimentation Couche-Tard is tapping into reverse synergies from its acquisition of the Midwest c-store chain.
MPC plans to convert three to five convenience stores a day through July 24.
Two deals include assets in the New York and Boston metropolitan areas.
Agreement with CrossAmerica gives the retailer 46 sites in the Upper Midwest.
The retailer picks up 54 convenience stores in New York.
The Mobil-branded convenience and gas station sites were purchased for $24.5 million.
Its purchase of Certified Oil will help the U.K.-based retailer extend into new markets.
The $327-million investment will expand on! brand products in U.S. markets.
The four convenience store and gas station properties are in Louisiana.
OPIS points to Couche-Tard, Marathon Petroleum and BP as possible buyers.
Purchase of the New York-based chain will bring its store count to 1,042 locations.