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Kenbury makeover

09 March, 2006
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Retail solutions provider, Kenbury Services, has a new name and two new board members. Now known as Indigo Retail Holdings, the company aims to provide first class retail solutions and services for the petroleum and convenience markets. Led by Billy Tank, a founder of Arciris, latterly Torex Retail, Indigo has already acquired Softoption Developments, a provider of EPoS and back office systems.
David Willis, founder of Micrelec Group and former managing director of Arciris, has been appointed chairman and Andrew Sells, also from Micrelec, a non-executive director.Indigo plans to offer retailers cost-effective solutions to help maximise sales and profit. Its solution for independents is said to be proving popular.07920 055750



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RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East135.3957.70139.79129.47
East Midlands134.3163.90142.71128.51
London134.60141.68129.54
North East133.45141.14128.34
North West133.87139.66128.19
Northern Ireland131.69134.87127.12
Scotland134.4352.70139.41128.93
South East135.1064.90141.55129.70
South West134.4267.90138.19129.02
Wales133.90136.61128.00
West Midlands134.0264.90141.51128.62
Yorkshire & Humber133.3863.90141.59128.06

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