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Harvest Energy adds London site

08 December, 2009

Harvest Energy has signed its fifth site with independent retailer Sectorsure. The site, on the Seven Sisters Road in London, will be fully branded to Harvest Energy by Christmas.

The company said this would be the fourth site in the London area and was within a 10 mile radius of three other Harvest Energy sites situated at Neasden Lane, Cricklewood Broadway and Goldhawk Road.

It brings the total of Harvest Energy-branded sites to nine, and the company said sites were already signed up for 2010.

Mike Skinner, retail sales manager for Harvest Energy, said: "We are all really pleased that Sectorsure have chosen Harvest Energy again for this newly acquired site, it shows that they are clearly happy with the relationship and are committed to extending this further. The Finsbury Park site is a large site in a great location, which has excellent potential for growth.

Its been an exciting year and the last few weeks have seen a marked upturn in enquiries. Coupled with this latest signing and our current recruitment for retail sales managers, I am extremely confident that our organic growth within the forecourt sector will continue apace during 2010.





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