Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
The convenience store operator is preparing to roll out a predictive modeling tool to help in site selection.
The 100-plus convenience stores are in the greater Oklahoma City area.
The $36-million transaction is the first since Couche-Tard sold its ownership interest in the partnership.
The issue of retail space is reportedly part of the Federal Trade Commission's probe.
The Kellerstrass Oil deal supports the growth of the company's North America diesel platform.
The strategic investment brings a larger geographic footprint and growth opportunities.
Reports indicate EG Group is kicking the tires.
The purchase from F.L. Roberts spans three counties.
The transaction includes 1,457 wholesale fuel locations and 77 retail stores.
EG Group had an active year building up its U.S. c-store portfolio.
CEO Brian Hannasch says the United States is where it can achieve the greatest synergies.
The New England Farms locations offer grocery items, quick meal options and more.
Nearly 200 employees will be laid off as of Jan. 1, 2020.
The company enters into adjacent wafer and sugar-free cookie categories with better-for-you product characteristics.
The deal boosts the U.K.-based company's U.S. portfolio to 1,680 convenience stores.
The two companies also announce the third and final tranche of its 2017 asset exchange pact.
The transaction is part of Yesway's goal to build a 500-store portfolio.
Caltex is a transport fuel supplier, with roughly 2,000 company-owned or affiliated sites.
The acquisition marks GPM's first expansion into Wisconsin.
Traded assets include Chevron and Exxon branded sites throughout East Texas.
Australian retailer offers to give Couche-Tard selected non-public information for a revised bid.
The 304-store deal bolsters the company's footprint to 421 c-stores.
A steady integration will involve best practices from each convenience store chain.
Petroleum Services Co. is also selling a tobacco outlet, a travel center and two development lots in Iowa.