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Mergers and Acquisitions

Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.

R.M. Parks logo

R.M. Parks Sells Its U.S. Wholesale Petroleum Distribution Business

PacWest Energy acquired the assets for an undisclosed amount.

National Convenience Distributors Grows With Wustefeld Candy Acquisition

The family-owned and -operated business offers an array of products including candy, snacks, tobacco and general merchandise.

The combined entity will supply fuel to retailers, wholesalers and governmental entities, as well as commercial, farm and residential customers.

Couche-Tard and Carrefour logos

The two retailers will explore opportunities for operational partnerships.

Logos for Alta Convenience & Pester Marketing

Fortress Investment Group LLC and a subsidiary of Phillips 66 Co. acquire Pester Marketing.

The roughly $20-billion deal would create a transatlantic retail giant.

7-Eleven logo

The convenience retailer is introducing Laredo Taco Company and 7-Select proprietary items to some locations.

Logos for Mondelēz International and Hu Products

Hu Products will operate as part of its North American Ventures business model.

Logo for Stewart's Shops

The New York-based retailer will convert six of its eight acquired Red-Kap c-stores to Stewart's Express.

GSC logo

The deal adds 250,000 square feet of warehouse space and a strategic distribution point to GSC's operations.

The all-cash deal will add 157 New Jersey and New York stores to Murphy USA's operational footprint.

Arko Family of Community Brands logo

The new Arko Corp. moves forward as a U.S.-listed public company as GPM embarks on an aggressive remodeling program.

Young's Market marks the retailer's second location in Marlin, Texas.

Majors Management

Its latest deal also includes numerous dealer supply accounts from OSAN Petroleum.

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