Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
OPIS points to Couche-Tard, Marathon Petroleum and BP as possible buyers.
The transactions include six convenience stores and gas stations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The deal includes 33 convenience stores in western New York.
Purchase of the New York-based chain will bring its store count to 1,042 locations.
The Milroy, Pa., site will remain open as it undergoes a multimillion-dollar renovation.
The terminal is positioned to receive supply from the Midwest, Canada or the New York Harbor via multiple routes.
The deal is expected to close in the second half of 2019.
The acquisition will allow PFG's Vistar segment to expand in the convenience channel.
The purchase marks GPM's entrance into the Southeast with plans for further expansion.
The locations purchased by the Quik Mart Convenience Stores operator have extensive foodservice operations and drive-thrus.
The confectionery company will enter new strategic product categories with the $1.3-billion deal.
Big deals, small deals and midsize deals all combined to make for another very active year.
The chain doubled its store count in the past year by scooping up small-town locations across the U.S.
Buyers are looking to acquire portfolios that are big, small and everything in between.
The retailer will continue to operate Fantasy's Ride the Wave car wash brand.
Go Fuel Card has approximately 200,000 proprietary cards in circulation.
Robust M&A activity again shapes this year’s Convenience Store News Top 20 Growth Chains ranking.
The two CornerMart stores will receive upgrades and improvements in the coming months.
Three months after forming a combined powerhouse, synergies hit $160 million in the fourth quarter.
The five-unit chain is being acquired in a transaction that also includes West Oil's more than two dozen locations.
The 1.1-percent drop marks just the fourth time since 2000 that the total store count has fallen.
Its network, including legacy Speedway stores, saw results increase by $435 million year over year.
The retail locations include PMG-owned convenience stores with gas and two Circle K franchisees.
Shell New Energies US could spend between $1 billion and $2 billion a year until 2020 on commercial opportunities.