A statement written by Tanknology director Noel Kennedy on the Leighton O’Brien legal action:
Two Australian fuel services providers will lock horns in a legal stoush over accusations of patent infringement.
A warning has been issued to all workers in the convenience industry following a murder at a Caltex in Queanbeyan
Fair Work Australia has reported “widespread” incidence of underpayment at United Petroleum outlets. A Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) Activity Report
Fuel producer and retailer BP has flagged divestment from refining concerns in order to invest in their retail outlets. BP
The April/May issue of C&I Retailing is out now, with print editions of Australia’s leading Petrol and Convenience sector magazine making their way to subscribers around the nation.
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.