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BP extends supply deal with Fraser Group

07 December, 2016

BP has extended its supply agreement with Fraser Group’s six sites for another five years.

Howard Nunn, BP’s UK sales manager, said: “I’m delighted that the Fraser Group and BP have agreed terms on a new supply agreement. The Fraser Group operate excellent sites with great customer offers and a passion for customer service.

“Their focus on local communities and tailoring their offers to reflect their customer base puts them among the best in the forecourt retail industry. BP is proud to be a business partner of the Fraser Group and look forward to supporting them in their strategic objectives going forwards.”

Nick Fraser, from Fraser Group, commented: “We’re very pleased to have signed up with BP for another five years. We feel that the BP is the perfect partner for our business and the flexibility that they offered us on our new deal for our six stores has worked out very well for us.”

Fraser Group, established in 1954, is based in Reading and operates six BP forecourts.

Two of its sites have Budgens convenience stores and there are Spar convenience stores on the other four.

It also owns and operates three Subway outlets and runs a Post Office at the Yarnton Budgens store.





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