DCC expands into Norway - inside the deal

The company has agreed to buy Esso's petrol station network in Norway for £235 million

7th February, 2017
DCC has acquired Esso Retail Norway Pic: Getty

DCC has agreed to buy the retail petrol station network of Esso Norge, the third largest in Norway, for around £235 million (€272 million). Here are the key elements of the deal, which is the second largest in the company's history:

- The network consists of 142 sites, including 127 retail service stations and 15 unmanned stations as well as contracts to supply 108 Esso-branded dealer-owned stations

- Esso Retail Norway sells around 600 million litres of fuel annually, accounting...

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