A new fuel supply deal has been agreed by HKS - number 10 in Forecourt Trader’s Top 50 Indies - and BP to continue their long-standing partnership.

The agreement is for BP to supply a total of 22 HKS petrol stations, rising to 23 in April, and will include five HKS sites converting to the BP brand.

Shane Thakrar, business development manager, HKS Holdings Limited, said: “We are delighted to have re-signed with BP for a further five years on a number of our sites, including converting five additional sites to BP.

“We see BP as a key supplier for our group and look forward to working with their team to grow our partnership further.”

“I am delighted that BP and HKS Holdings have agreed to extend its long-standing and productive partnership,” said Peter Molloy, BP’s UK sales manager. “This is an important and key relationship that will ensure the BP brand continues to be represented with HKS who continue to grow their portfolio of sites with BP.”

BP has supplied HKS sites with fuel since 1997, and the new agreement will run for five years.