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22 Jan 2019

Maxol invests €1.5 million in three Cork service stations

14 new jobs created for three communities

The Maxol Group, Ireland’s leading family-owned forecourt and convenience retailer has invested over €1.5 million in three Cork locations leading to the creation of 14 new jobs. The investment sees substantial upgrades to Maxol Ballincollig, Maxol Skehard Road and Maxol Carrigaline.

Maxol Ballincollig has unveiled a brand new Maxol Deli, a new rotisserie and an Insomnia café. It can now seat 23 people and offers the newly-launched, freshly brewed ROSA coffee, Maxol’s high-quality exclusive brew.

Maxol Skehard Road has welcomed the award-winning food franchise Freshly Chopped, a new Maxol Deli, rotisserie, ROSA Coffee and seating for 15.

The investment in Maxol Carrigaline sees the introduction of Abrakebabra as well as a brand new Maxol Deli along with the new ROSA coffee brand, which is proving hugely popular, right across the country.

Donal Spillane, Licensee of Maxol Ballincollig and Maxol Skehard Road said the reaction from customers has been very positive:

“The response to the new menus has been fantastic. People have access to fresh choices when they are on the go, but there’s also the option to sit in if they have a bit more time to spare. Our new ROSA coffee has really been going down a treat and sets us apart for motorists, shoppers and passers-by who want a freshly-brewed, high quality coffee.” 

Shane Cantillon, Licensee of Maxol Carrigaline has seen a similar reaction:

“The investment has resulted in an offering that is more modern and inviting and we have certainly seen a great response to the additional food choices as we evolve into a destination location for convenience and value with something for everyone.”

The substantial refurbishment of these three locations in Cork is part of Maxol’s ongoing investment into the transformation of its service station facilities across the country.

Siobhan Grimes, Head of Retail, The Maxol Group added:

“Our aim is to make life a little simpler for our customers and we are constantly looking at ways to improve our facilities and our food offering. Whether they are passing through in the morning or late at night for a coffee, a sandwich or some daily grocery essentials, the quality needs to be consistent. As we continue our nationwide investment strategy, we look forward to enhancing the overall offer and experience for our growing number of customers.”