Forecourt Trader - 30 years at the heart of the fuel retailing community

Industry leaders gather at The Forecourt Show

10 April, 2013

Forecourt retailers will be welcomed to the NEC, Birmingham, from April 14-16, as both The Forecourt Show and the National Convenience Show provide a comprehensive display of the latest equipment, products and services in the market.

In addition there will be a wealth of advice, focused on the needs of forecourt traders, at the Forecourt Live area of the show.

On the Monday, you can attend the Forecourt Spotlight session, at 11.30am in the Forecourt Live area. Forecourt Trader editor Merril Boulton will host a panel of industry experts who will discuss the latest developments in the market.

The panel includes the PRAís Brian Madderson, Experian Catalistís Arthur Renshaw, Adam Wadlow and Amanda Barber, property specialists from Barber Wadlow, and Mark Lodge from Lloyds Banking Group.

This will be followed by the exclusive Forecourt Trader Lunch, where research specialist Him will share the results of its latest petrol-retailing sector survey. The lunch will also reveal the winner of Best Forecourt Loo 2013, which is sponsored by business supplies and consumables distributor, RS Sales.

For a ticket to the lunch please contact clair.bowman@wrbm.com

For a full programme of events at Forecourt Live, click here





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Weekly retail fuel prices: 2 September 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East132.3563.90140.80128.93
East Midlands132.1271.23141.73128.82
London131.70142.12129.26
North East130.66140.60128.17
North West131.39140.18128.47
Northern Ireland129.03134.10126.35
Scotland131.70139.60128.79
South East132.7358.90141.28129.68
South West131.9563.90140.12128.70
Wales130.9855.70137.19127.82
West Midlands131.6066.90140.32129.05
Yorkshire & Humber131.2384.90140.57128.52

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