Peregrine Corporation has marked itself as one of the most diverse companies in South Australia.
A Caltex franchisee who acted as spokesperson for a recent protest march in Sydney has accused the company of targeting his business for termination, for his speaking out against the Caltex franchise model.
The proposed acquisition of Victorian fuel retailer Milemaker could reduce competition in the Melbourne fuel market, according to the ACCC.
Leighton O’Brien has launched a national groundwater monitoring service to assist retail fuel operators to meet their compliance obligations and reduce the risk of groundwater contamination.
Around 10% of the townsfolk of Dunsborough, WA have pledged to boycott a new Puma service station, to be built between two existing service stations in the town’s main street.
Caltex franchisees will take to the streets today in protest against what they say is “punitive and punishing treatment” by Caltex Australia.
Around 100 fuel outlet franchisees marched from Martin Place to the Caltex Australia headquarters on Market St in Sydney today, in protest about what they claim is unfair treatment.
There has been some confusion in the convenience store industry, caused by the reduction in Sunday penalty rates.
The Federal Opposition moved to block a Fair Work decision that would see some Sunday penalty rates slashed by 25 per cent.
Retail fuel prices in the five major capital cities in the December 2016 quarter were the highest since the June quarter of 2015.