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Fuel giant Maxol has invested £1.25m and created 20 jobs at a new service station in Co Down.

Maxol’s Kinnegar Service Station is the sixth development of its kind in Northern Ireland and represents a total investment of £7.5m in the province by Maxol over the past four years.

The company has planning permission for a further six sites in Ireland which will be completed during the next two years.

Brian Donaldson, general manager of marketing and retail at Maxol that the company has been actively bolstering its presence in Northern Ireland during the past four years.

“The latest development, which has been constructed under our new modern concept store design will enable us to maximise the potential of this location and offer customers an unparalleled range of products and facilities,” he said.Maxol fuels business at the pumps FUEL giant Maxol has invested £1.25m and created 20 jobs at a new service station in Co Down.

Maxol’s Kinnegar Service Station is the sixth development of its kind in Northern Ireland and represents a total investment of £7.5m in the province by Maxol over the past four years.

The company has planning permission for a further six sites in Ireland which will be completed during the next two years.

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Brian Donaldson, general manager of marketing and retail at Maxol that the company has been actively bolstering its presence in Northern Ireland during the past four years.

“The latest development, which has been constructed under our new modern concept store design will enable us to maximise the potential of this location and offer customers an unparalleled range of products and facilities,” he said.


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