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Valli Forecourts area manager Waqas Aslam
Valli Forecourts area manager Waqas Aslam
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Forecourt Eye launches new subscription structure

Fuel loss recovery expert Forecourt Eye has unveiled a new subscription structure which aims to match different service options to evolving customer needs.

ADT launches smart business security

ADT has launched a new smart business solution as it claims the total average cost of burglaries across the lifespan of a business has reached £13,570.

footprints in Smartwater

Co-op cuts ATM crime with Smartwater

A programme to splash the cash and criminals if ATMs come under attack is being rolled-out UK-wide after slashing crime by more than 90%.

Cracking down on crime

Crime has long been the scourge of the forecourt sector with criminals driving off without paying for fuel, and robbers preying on sites open late at night, but the recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London have highlighted a threat the sector faces in common with all other businesses.

Fighting back

Forecourt crime is a major drain on the sector's finances. Previous surveys have put the cost at more than £30m a year and BOSS (British Oil Security Syndicate) is finalising the results of its latest forecourt crime survey and intends to publish them later in the summer.

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 20 November 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East123.5862.15130.21121.10
East Midlands123.21131.97120.77
London123.5556.90131.47121.21
North East122.7764.90132.16120.46
North West123.1057.80131.29120.64
Northern Ireland121.8564.20125.57120.27
Scotland123.3352.20129.79120.83
South East123.79131.06121.50
South West123.42130.49121.01
Wales123.15129.94120.50
West Midlands122.8761.90132.62120.73
Yorkshire & Humber122.9956.90131.53120.82

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