Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry

Latest deal extends reach of retail network, from the Northeast to the Midwest

HOUSTON -- Sunoco LP is hailing a new agreement to operate travel plazas through Indiana as being the final step in developing a turnpike and toll-road retail network stretching from New York to Illinois. The company has entered into a concession agreement with ITR Concession Co. LLC, operator of...

Market exit, deal with 7-Eleven allows company to concentrate on growth areas

SAN ANTONIO -- Following a review of West Coast assets that led to a decision to essentially swap them strategically for previously acquired retail sites in the Southeast, CST Brands Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to sell store operations in the California and Wyoming markets to 7-...

Deal involves leasehold interests in 21 convenience stores

PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Sunshine Fuel LLC is selling a bulk package of leasehold interests in 21 convenience stores with gasoline in Kansas (16), Missouri (3) and Oklahoma (2), along with sublease/fuel supply interests in the stores, as well as two fuel supply agreements providing gas to the stores and...

7-Eleven's SEI Fuel picks up contract dealer business.
Deal underscores c-store company’s continued commitment to global growth
Nouria Energy expands relationship with Citizens Bank
Closes $82 million transaction spanning three states
A slower quarter sets up the industry for possible blockbuster deals
86 sites going on auction block as planned pruning proceeds
Corner Store, QT, TA, CountryMark, Cumberland Farms, Kum & Go, Love’s, Sheetz, Parker’s, CEFCO, 7-Eleven, more

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