BP-Owned ampm Renews Core-Mark Contract

Proprietary and other products included in deal

LA PALMA, Calif. — BP North America’s ampm chain of convenience stores has renewed its five-year service agreement with Core-Mark Holding Co. Inc. The agreement provides ampm with all of its proprietary products and many nonproprietary products.

BP has more than 1,000 franchised ampm locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. La Palma, Calif.-based BP America and ampm are No. 8 on CSP'sTop 40 update to its 2019 Top 202 list of c-stores by store count.

“The strategic focus of ampm on driving innovative fresh food and foodservice programs aligns perfectly with our desire to help our customers evolve and grow by adapting to meet the needs of constantly changing consumer preferences and expectations,” said Bill Stein, senior vice president of Enterprise Growth for Core-Mark. “We are pleased to continue our longstanding relationship with this highly valued customer.”  

Westlake, Texas-based Core-Mark is a marketer of food and broad-line supply products to the convenience-retail industry in North America. Founded in 1888, Core-Mark offers a range of products, marketing programs and technology programs. Core-Mark services traditional convenience retailers, grocers and big-box, supercenter, drug, liquor and specialty stores and other stores that carry convenience products.

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