Maxol to create twenty new jobs in Wicklow following €3.75million investment in new site,Maxol to create twenty new jobs in Wicklow following €3.75million investment in new site

18 Dec 2019

Maxol Rathnew will open in April 2020

The Maxol Group has commenced works on a new greenfield site at Rathnew, Co. Wicklow, leading to the creation of twenty new jobs for the area.

The 1.45-acre site is the first greenfield site for the company in two years and is expected to open in April 2020.

With a substantial investment of €3.75 million, the latest site will offer first class forecourt with pay at pump and convenience facilities and will include the all-new Maxol Deli with seating for 32 customers, ROSA Coffee, free WIFI, a new car wash and 39 car park spaces.

Today’s announcement reaffirms the company’s position of continuous investment in site developments, having recently announced an investment of €5M in upgrading three Dublin service stations, and is part of the company’s ongoing investment strategy in the network.

Speaking of the company’s latest greenfield investment, Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group said; “Today’s announcement is significant for us as it is our first greenfield site since A26 Tannaghmore in Antrim Northern Ireland, which opened in 2017. It comes on the back of a significant investment programme, introducing our new modern forecourt with premium fuels and in-store offer and we’re happy to be bringing employment to the local area with the creation of twenty new jobs.

“Whilst there have always been multiple reasons to visit your local Maxol service station, more and more of our growing customer base is now popping in for items other than or in addition to fuel. Because of this, we are constantly looking at ways to grow our services, retail and fresh food dining options. We very much look forward to bringing our latest innovative forecourt model to the community of Rathnew in Wicklow.”

Maxol Rathnew will be located at Tighes Avenue and will serve the local community of Rathnew and surrounding Wicklow Town as well as commuters travelling between Dublin and Wicklow.

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