The PetrolPlaza audio version is presented to you by UNITI expo 2021, the leading retail petroleum and car wash trade fair in Europe.

English Español UK: C-store group joins Nisa following acquisitions

The independent c-store group Amacor chooses Nisa as its supply partner following acquisition of nine sites.



Last update:
Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

The up-and-coming Amacor Capital Limited is planning to acquire independent retail convenience stores and working with Nisa’s format and development team to provide the sites it recently bought with the latest Nisa fascia and assist with re-fits and modernisation, informs Convenience Store.

Amacor recently acquired stores under Nisa, Spand and Londis falgs in Liverpool, Llangollen (North Wales) and in Cheshire, Chorley, Altrincham and Rossingdale in the North West. The company said it is foreseeing to operate around 15 stores within a year.

“We acquire and develop selected convenience stores where it has been identified that management have the drive and the determination to take the business forward. Our plan is to expand our existing portfolio through further acquisitions over the coming months and beyond”, said Managing director, Martin Corban.

The criteria for acquiring the sites, according to Corban, “were centred around a wholesaler that offered a great range of quality products with a dependable delivery service and fair price, a partner that cared about the community it served and was involved in helping local good causes.”

The icing on the cake was the acquisition of Nisa by the Co-op, a company steeped in heritage with a great reputation for serving the local community with great food.

Related contents

Discuss