Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
Niazi Family Investments is selling the convenience stores, plus two truck stops.
Marathon Petroleum's retail network is seeing positive results in sites converted in the Southwest and Midwest.
With the addition of the Northeast-based chain, the retailer will expand its U.S. network to nearly 1,700 stores.
The plazas benefit from exclusive rights granted under a long-term concession agreement with the Connecticut DOT.
The company picks up Jetz Convenience Centers' four locations, marking the fifth transaction in a year.
With big deals carrying bigger price tags, a tipping point in c-store M&A activity remains a possibility.
Three stores were added so far in 2019, with more planned before the end of the year.
MPC plans to convert three to five convenience stores a day through July 24.
Seventeen c-stores in central Alabama will transition to the Hop-In brand.
Alimentation Couche-Tard is tapping into reverse synergies from its acquisition of the Midwest c-store chain.
The Ireland-based retailer seeks to deliver on three core promises for American consumers.
The retailer plans to build 10 new sites in Charleston and eastern South Carolina over the next year.
Its purchase of Certified Oil will help the U.K.-based retailer extend into new markets.
Two deals include assets in the New York and Boston metropolitan areas.
Agreement with CrossAmerica gives the retailer 46 sites in the Upper Midwest.
The retailer picks up 54 convenience stores in New York.
The Mobil-branded convenience and gas station sites were purchased for $24.5 million.
OPIS points to Couche-Tard, Marathon Petroleum and BP as possible buyers.
The $327-million investment will expand on! brand products in U.S. markets.
Purchase of the New York-based chain will bring its store count to 1,042 locations.
The four convenience store and gas station properties are in Louisiana.
The acquisition will allow PFG's Vistar segment to expand in the convenience channel.
The company realized $133 million in synergies in the first quarter of 2019, including $15 million in retail synergies.
The transaction, which is slated to close in the second quarter, includes nine convenience stores.