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United Co-op buys Action Stations

01 May, 2005
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United Co-operatives, the largest independent co-operative society in the UK – with a £1.9billion turnover – has bought Action Stations, which operates in the Yorkshire, north east and Nottingham areas. It has acquired seven sites – based at Wakefield, Pontefract, Ossett, Barnsley, Huddersfield, Retford and Sunderland – which form part of a business set up in 1994 by Paul Jervis. It has an annual turnover of more than £38m and employs more than 100 staff.
The acquisition will exand the Co-op’s network of c-store/service stations to 33 and boost fuel sales by 35 million litres. Tim Hurrell, general manager for United Co-operatives Food Group, said: “We are keen to expand ourbusiness portfolio by purchasing further petrol stations with c-stores.”



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Weekly retail fuel prices: 10 June 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East135.3166.90140.93130.00
East Midlands134.59140.57129.69
London134.50141.91130.33
North East133.19142.40129.15
North West134.1363.90139.73129.13
Northern Ireland131.34135.32128.05
Scotland134.25140.07129.86
South East135.2562.40141.74130.52
South West134.5167.90140.57129.57
Wales133.6764.90137.30128.83
West Midlands134.34140.64129.70
Yorkshire & Humber133.72140.40129.24

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