Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
The four c-store deal completes SCV Oil's strategic exit from the industry.
Riiser Fuels Holdings acquires the eight Bread & Butter Shop convenience stores.
Smoker's Outlet does business primarily as cigarette, tobacco and liquor stores throughout Missouri.
Nearly 200 employees will be laid off as of Jan. 1, 2020.
The deal boosts the U.K.-based company's U.S. portfolio to 1,680 convenience stores.
Petroleum Services Co. is also selling a tobacco outlet, a travel center and two development lots in Iowa.
The McDonald Oil Co. stores are primarily located in the LaGrange and Columbus metropolitan areas.
Campbell Oil Co. will rebrand the 16 company-operated stores to its BellStores brand.
The transaction is part of Yesway's goal to build a 500-store portfolio.
The deal includes one truck stop, three c-stores, two card locks, and a bulk fuel and lubes business.
A steady integration will involve best practices from each convenience store chain.
IPC's largest concentration of business is on the West Coast.
Entry into the American convenience channel by global players is heating up.
The Virginia-based retailer picks up Cash and Sons' five-store chain.
The transaction includes c-stores, gas stations and a wholesale fuels business in New York.
The deal includes a 250,000-square-foot distribution facility in Kent, Wash.
Palm Beach Capital's investment creates the fifth largest c-store distributor in the United States.
The two companies are teaming up to take advantage of the consolidation opportunities in Wisconsin.
Georgia-based Majors Management is transitioning the nine sites to Hop-In convenience stores.
The retailer expects to break ground this fall on the new facility, which will be in the southwest portion of its territory.
The acquisition of the Midwest retailer brings foodservice programs and a new labor model.
With the addition of the Northeast-based chain, the retailer will expand its U.S. network to nearly 1,700 stores.
The tobacco leaders will focus on commercializing IQOS in the United States.
The company exits direct retail operations as Applegreen takes over operation of 46 stores in the Upper Midwest.