• Jet activation goes viral with help of Greeters Guild

  • Fleet bosses turn out in force for First Hydrogen track day

  • Car dealers think used car buyers will stick with ICE vehicles for longer

  • FOCUS ON BUILDING AND DESIGN: Stunning stations

  • Food and drink sales double for MPK Garages following Nisa switch

  • Building starts on new HGV biomethane refuelling station in Doncaster

  • Penny Petroleum rebrands as Penny on the Move

  • Forecourt retailers unimpressed with CMA fuel pricing action

  • Mixed responses to Autumn Statement

  • Hockmeyer Motors sold to AF Blakemore


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PITSTOP: Forfar Services, Longlevens, Forfar


Our mystery motorist on a mission visits Park Forfar

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SERVICE CENTRE: When is redundancy not redundancy?

2023-11-20T12:21:00+00:00By Jac Roper

There are quite a few things to consider when it comes to making someone redundant. Raj Patel emailed from the East Midlands to say that his business had been hit lately and he wanted to lay off at least one member of staff, possibly two.

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MONEY TALK: The prognosis is not good

2023-11-06T12:03:00+00:00By Jan Mikula, EKW Group

Amidst the ongoing humanitarian horrors of the war in Ukraine, and now the re-ignited situation in the Middle East, it may seem callous just to discuss the effect of those conflicts on oil prices.

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SHOP TALK: Cashing in on the Golden Quarter

2023-11-01T20:12:00+00:00By Tracy West

New research from Deloitte reveals that consumers plan to spend more this festive season compared to last year.


COMMENT: Filling time - early adopters of EV infrastructure have ‘first mover’ advantage

2023-10-25T15:50:00+01:00By Justin Meyer, company director, Swarco Smart Charging Ltd

Since we put one of the very first EV charging points in the ground in the UK more than 13 years ago, the motor industry has debated the future role of petrol station forecourts in supporting the future EV revolution.

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COMMENT: Policy flip flops on EVs add to ‘wait and see’ approach of most forecourt operators

2023-10-25T11:25:00+01:00By Mark Frostick, associate in automotive at Rapleys

The Prime Minister recently announced the movement out from 2030 to 2035 of the requirement for all new vehicles sold to be zero emission vehicles (ZEV). Only 80% of new cars and 70% of new vans will be required to be ZEV by 2030.

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  • How to maximise your chilled yogurts and potted desserts category

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