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English Español USA: Enex completes acquisition of Road Ranger’s travel centers

Chilean energy group has acquired Road Ranger’s 38 travel centers and announced plans to open three new locations a year in the U.S.



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Enex has completed the acquisition of Road Ranger, the fourth largest travel center network in the United States, for US$289 million. This purchase marks the beginning of the company's global expansion after its consolidation in Chile as a leading player in the domestic market of fuel distribution and convenience stores.

"We are very satisfied because, with this milestone, Enex has entered the U.S. market through points of sale on the main interstate highways of Texas and the U.S. Midwest. This allows us to project ourselves in that country, where the goal is to open three or four travel centers a year," said the general manager of the company, Nicolas Correa.

Road Ranger is a consolidated player in one of the corridors with the highest traffic of cargo in the U.S., consisting of 38 travel centers in the states of Texas, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri and Wisconsin. The sites have a wide range of services for motorists and transporters, such as fast food franchises, restrooms, showers, casinos and truck weighing.

Some of the brands present at Road Ranger are Subway, Church´s, Chester´s, Cinabbon, Dickie's Barbecue Pit, McDonald's and Burger King.

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