BP and Snax 24 have announced they will continue their partnership after
agreeing a new five year deal. According to BP, the agreement will see the oil company supply around 200 million litres of fuel a year to 39 existing Snax 24 sites plus four new planned conversions.
Peter Molloy, BP’s UK sales manager, said: "I am delighted to have extended our strong partnership with Snax 24. The new deal not only extends the number of sites within the existing agreement but a number of additional sites have also been agreed.
"This will give even more customers access to BP’s quality fuels and loyalty programmes via a portfolio of expertly managed locations operated by Snax 24."
Snax 24 managing director Bill Ahearn added: "We are delighted to have reached this agreement for a further five years with a company which we consider to be a market leader.
"This is of fundamental importance to us. With the marketplace being ever more difficult we need to work with a strong brand and a competent and innovative organisation, which BP is."
BP has supplied Snax 24 sites with fuel since 1993.