Maxol invests £80k on refurbishment at Eglinton Service Station

Northern Ireland Maxol has completed an extensive refurbishment of their Eglinton service station in Londonderry with a total investment of £80,000.

Sunday, 30th May 2021, 6:00 am
Kevin Paterson, Regional Manager NI, Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group and Val Rodden, Licensee of Maxol Eglinton

The investment is part of Maxol’s ongoing commitment to providing quality, choice and convenience for customers across Northern Ireland.

A new SPAR Daily Deli has been introduced and provides a wide range of tasty hot and cold food served throughout the day, including vegan and vegetarian options, to meet increasing customer demand. The internal seating area has been refurbished, ensuring customers have a comfortable, modern dedicated place where they can enjoy a delicious coffee from the Barista Bar or a bite to eat.

With the installation of a new porch, renovated entrance area and an additional till to allow for a more efficient shopping experience, Maxol continues to serve its local community to the highest standard.

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On the forecourt, and in line with Maxol’s journey towards becoming a more environmentally sustainable business, the company has installed new pumps with an integrated injection solution offering its new premium fuel grades. Maxol Premium Fuel has fewer pollutants for better power, acceleration and overall performance of your car and is central to Maxol’s carbon offset programme which launched in November last year.

Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group, said: “The investment at Maxol Eglinton represents our ongoing ambitions to continually improve our services, choice and facilities offered to our customers. We’re extremely happy with the renovations and are confident that these new features will provide an even more enjoyable, and convenient shopping experience for all customers in the area.

“Just last year we celebrated 100 years of Maxol in Northern Ireland and we are delighted to continue investing in our local service stations. It is our aim to have a network of convenience destinations that will continue to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers across NI. We wish Alan and Val and their team, who have been at Maxol Eglinton since it opened in February 2015, every continuing success.

Alan and Val Rodden, Licensees of Maxol Eglinton, added: “This investment will enable us to provide our valued customers with a great instore experience and we’re confident the improvements will be welcomed by the local community and we look forward to delighting everyone in store.

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