Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
EG Group takes ownership of 225 Minit Mart locations in $330.8-billion deal.
The transaction includes four convenience stores outside of the Chicago metropolitan area.
Work now begins to bring together GetGo and Ricker's into leading food-first convenience retailer in Indiana.
Following the transaction, Raley's will continue to provide fuel rewards to Aisle 1 customers.
Four of the sites are fee-owned properties and seven are leaseholds.
The $289-million deal marks Enex's entry into the U.S. market.
All existing c-stores will continue to operate under the Thorntons banner.
Nearly 6,000 convenience stores in North America and Europe now boast the new global Circle K brand.
The $358-million deal expands the company's presence in the Pacific Northwest and the Rockies.
The business will operate under subsidiary Parkland USA following the acquisition.
The deal includes seven Qwik Stop convenience stores in Wisconsin.
The transaction adds nearly 80 c-stores to Speedway's New York network.
Seven to eight SuperAmerica sites are being turned around per day.
Its retail network will grow to 365 company-operated stores and 55 fee-operated locations.
The deal includes Hallum Food Stores and fuel supply pacts in Arizona.
Juniper Ventures is acquiring company-operated retail assets and wholesale supply agreements from Tarpley Inc.
Under one proposal, a 140,000-square-foot building would combine with existing facilities to create an enclosed campus.
The company has invested $75 million for the addition of 39 properties year to date.
MPC Chairman and CEO Gary R. Heminger calls the transaction "a significant milestone."
Acquisitions, awards, and new products and initiatives topped the news.
President and CEO Quinn Ricker will join the GetGo chain's parent company.
The deal would otherwise harm retail gasoline and diesel competition, according to the complaint.
The convenience stores with gas do not fit the company's operating model.
After five years, the company is selling its Minit Mart portfolio for $330 million.