Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
A total of 77 convenience stores move portfolios in the first tranche.
The transaction, which is slated to close in the second quarter, includes nine convenience stores.
Its purchase of Certified Oil will help the U.K.-based retailer extend into new markets.
The company realized $133 million in synergies in the first quarter of 2019, including $15 million in retail synergies.
Four franchise agreements for TA Express sites are in place, with three more under legal review.
The Little Debbie maker will acquire Prairie City Bakery and carry on the brand name.
The cash and stock transaction is valued at approximately $300 million.
OPIS points to Couche-Tard, Marathon Petroleum and BP as possible buyers.
FR Refuel acquires Markette and Lotto Land c-stores, along with other properties.
Purchase of the New York-based chain will bring its store count to 1,042 locations.
More than doubling its convenience store network in four years, the chain moves west.
The deal includes 33 convenience stores in western New York.