The Maxol service station on the Scarva Road, Banbridge, has benefitted from the company’s plan to invest £1.25million to upgrade their eight service station facilities across Northern Ireland.
The investment will see Maxol extend its fresh chilled food and convenience offering in conjunction with its symbol partner Spar at eight stores, giving those shoppers who want to prepare nutritious home cooked meals greater choice of fresh value product and ingredients.
Terry Mulkerns, Independent licensee of Scarva Road station said: “I’m absolutely thrilled that Maxol selected our business for investment and for a Moreish cafe.
“It’s an undertaking that will not only benefit the local community and our much appreciated customers but the local suppliers and stakeholders as well.”
Maxol Group General Manager and CEO in waiting, Brian Donaldson said: “Creating a first class consumer experience has always been a top priority for Maxol.
“We strive to bring choice, value and freshness to our consumers and this investment will help us and our independent licensees who operate our sites to deliver this.
“Whether shoppers want the convenience of picking up quality ingredients on their way home so they can make a freshly prepared meal or whether they want to stop for refreshments in one of our Moreish cafes, Tasty Delis or Subways, we can provide both and give customers what they want and need..
“Maxol has been part of the local community in Northern Ireland for almost 100 years and we are delighted to be helping to create 10 new full time jobs through our developments in the coming year, and in turn supporting local suppliers as we roll out these new refits.
“It is our aim to have a network of destinations for all our valued customers that meet their convenience retail needs at all times of the day.”