Applegreen set for British and US expansion
Dublin-based motorway service station group Applegreen expects to have ten stations in New Jersey by the end of this year, and expects its growth to fully take off in Britain within three years, chief executive Bob Etchingham has said.
Meanwhile, the company expects that Ireland’s economic recovery will be enough to help it navigate any future fluctuations in oil prices.
Last week, the company reported a net profit of €2.7 million on revenue...
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