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Applegreen confident of meeting 2016 targets

Forecourt group says trading on track in Ireland and UK

20th May, 2016
Applegreen adds new sites in key markets Pic Fergal Ward

Dublin-listed petrol forecourt retailer Applegreen says trading in 2016 has been in line with expectations and it is confident of meeting growth targets for the full year. The group has more than 200 sites in Ireland and the UK.

In a statement released to coincide with its annual general meeting, chairman Daniel Kitchen said trading volumes were up in all areas of its Irish business, in particular food. He also said there was good growth in UK...

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