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Applegreen pre-tax profit rose by 22% to €17.7 million last year

The petrol forecourt retailer said it has had a positive start to 2016

14th March, 2016
Applegreen adjusted pretax profit rose by 22% last year

Applegreen has reported a 22 per cent rise in adjusted pre-tax profit to €17.7 million in its first year as a listed company while revenue rose by 15 per cent to €1.08 billion, helped by new site openings as well an increased contribution from food.

Applegreen reported capital expenditure of €58.8 million last year as it continued to invest in the development of its network, expanding to 200 sites at the end of December from 152 a...

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