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Certas Energy secures a tie-up with EPoS specialist Point Four

Certas Energy has agreed a tie-up with EPoS specialist Point Four that provides Gulf dealers with EPoS and point of sale solutions.

Expresso Plus PG tips machine

eXpresso Plus offers solution to backlash from tea drinkers

A drinks-to-go supplier claims its slim-line PG tips machine can fill a gap in retailers’ drinks offer, following claims in The Sun that Shell suffered a consumer backlash after tea was removed from its Costa drinks machines.

Fri-Jado will be showcasing its new range of Modular Counters at EuroShop
Fri-Jado will be showcasing its new range of Modular Counters at EuroShop
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Fri-Jado displays new equipment at EuroShop retail trade fair

Food retailing equipment manufacturer Fri-Jado will be demonstrating two new products at the EuroShop retail trade fair, Messe Düsseldorf, from 16-20 February 2020.

EDGEPoS ESELS

Electronic shelf edge labelling option launched for EDGEPoS

An electronic shelf edge labelling facility that integrates into the EDGEPoS system has been launched by Henderson Technology.

Central England Co-operative petrol station

Eurotank wins maintenance deal for Central England Co-op's sites

Central England Co-operative (CEC) has contracted Eurotank to manage maintenance and ensure compliance across its network of 22 petrol filling stations (PFS).

Crieff Garage

EDGEPoS installed at Gulf site in Scotland

Crieff Garage, a Spar and Gulf-branded convenience forecourt site in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, has installed the EDGEPoS software solution.

Cirkle K and Leighton O’Brien execs

Circle K selects Wetstock Live for its entire global network

Global convenience retailer Circle K, which has 410 sites across the island of Ireland, has selected wetstock monitoring technology for use throughout its retail fuel network.

ACS chief executive James Lowman
ACS chief executive James Lowman
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ACS urges retailers to prepare for refrigeration regulations change

The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) is reminding retailers about upcoming changes to the regulations covering refrigeration from the beginning of January and encouraging them to make sure that their store is prepared.

Be mindful of increased fire risks over the Christmas season, says Bureau Veritas

Ahead of the annual seasonal shopping rush, compliance authority Bureau Veritas is reminding retailers of the increased fire risks brought about during the festivities and the importance of increased health and safety measures. A key concern lies in the use of festive decorations, with some items often made from combustible materials in readily ignitable forms, while festive lights and other seasonal electrical equipment, if overloaded, damaged or poorly managed, can also present a risk of fire.

New acquisition and licensing partnership for Adler & Allan

Environmental risk reduction specialist Adler and Allan has announced that it is acquiring the Fuel Facility Management (FM) division of LCM Environmental, and has signed a new licensed service partnership with fuel analytics technology provider Leighton O'Brien.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 24 February 2020
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East127.9462.00136.58124.72
East Midlands127.70137.72124.65
London128.12137.79125.20
North East125.92136.20122.89
North West126.8567.57135.95124.01
Northern Ireland124.76130.73121.98
Scotland126.97133.86123.39
South East128.6564.90139.38125.39
South West127.77135.04124.41
Wales126.67135.28123.28
West Midlands127.58140.14124.60
Yorkshire & Humber126.87137.50123.73

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