Owned by Chilean retail and fuel company Compania de Petroleos de Chile (COPEC), MAPCO operates convenience stores in the United States under the MAPCO Express banner.
In early 2022, MAPCO exited the Louisville, Kentucky, and greater Little Rock, Arkansas, markets, selling those stores to focus on innovation in its core Southeast markets.
After introducing the concept in 2021, including at its rebuilt Nashville flagship location, MAPCO in mid-2022 came out with its "Store of the Future" design that includes an open floor plan and new technology options. At 50 stores, customers can download the MAPCO Scan app, which allows them to check out through their smartphone as they shop. The chain is also offering cashierless checkout through Grabango. MAPCO also offers self-checkout options for customers at six of its stores with plans to expand this service to more than 40 existing locations, as well as in all new stores. Amazon lockers are also available at 22 MAPCO stores. New-to-industry store are also using digital signage.
Update: COPEC sold off the MAPCO chain in April 2023.
For benchmarking purposes, store counts are as of Jan. 1, 2023.
|No. of Stores:||304|
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