CIRCLE K OPENS NEWEST SERVICE STATION IN ITS NETWORK AT KILL NORTH, ON THE N7

10/12/2018

  • €3.7million invested in the new state of the art Kill North site
  • The opening of Circle K Kill North on the N7 will create 23 new jobs
  • New site at Kill North, on the N7 is set to cater for some 47,000 motorists daily

07 December 2018 – Circle K, Ireland’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, today announced the opening of the newest service station in its network; Circle K Kill North situated between Junctions 7 and 8 northbound on the N7. The official opening celebration, attended by Circle K senior management, took place on Thursday 6th December with a host of special offers available in store on the day.

Circle K has invested €3.7million in the new state of the art facility at Kill North with 23 new jobs being created at the location.

This investment and job creation is part of an overall investment of €35million, which has gone towards the development of four new Circle K Ireland sites. These include two sites in County Kildare as well as sites in Gorey in Co. Wexford and Athlone in Co. Westmeath. The investment in these new sites and the completion of recent newly developed sites at City North beside the M1 in Dublin, and Junction 14 on the M8 in Fermoy will create a total of 240 new jobs.

The opening of Circle K Kill North on the N7 represents a significant strategic addition to the Circle K network and will be open for customers 24/7. In addition, it is anticipated that Kill North will cater for some 47,000 motorists daily on the N7. 

Circle K Kill North on the N7 will boast a range of superb service offerings including Circle K’s renowned and extensive deli food range, it’s Mexican street food offer “Cantina” as well as its own specialty coffee Simply Great Coffee.

Circle K’s high-quality fuels – miles and milesPLUS will also be available along with a host of other services and amenities including full hot deli offer, indoor seating area, off-license, multiple car spaces and truck and coach parking and pumps for AdBlue customers.

Niall Anderton, Managing Director of Circle K Ireland commented, “Today is a momentous occasion for Circle K Ireland as we open the newest service station in our network strategically located at Kill North on the N7. As the busiest commuter belt in Ireland, we are delighted to open this new state of the art facility and look forward to catering for some 47,000 motorists who travel this road daily offering them our extensive and high-quality food and coffee range in addition to our premium fuels along with a range of other essential services.”

“In addition, we are also pleased to create 23 new jobs for the local area and I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome our new colleagues to the Circle K family.”

07 December 2018 – Circle K, Ireland’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, today announced the opening of the newest service station in its network; Circle K Kill North situated between Junctions 7 and 8 northbound on the N7. The official opening celebration, attended by Circle K senior management, took place on Thursday 6th December with a host of special offers available in store on the day. Circle K has invested €3.7million in the new state of the art facility at Kill North with 23 new jobs being created at the location. This investment and job creation is part of an overall investment of €35 million, which has gone towards the development of four new Circle K Ireland sites. These include two sites in County Kildare as well as sites in Gorey in Co. Wexford and Athlone in Co.Westmeath. The investment in these new sites and the completion of recent newly developed sites at City North beside the M1 in Dublin, and Junction 14 on the M8 in Fermoy will create a total of 240 new jobs. The opening of Circle K Kill North on the N7 represents a significant strategic addition to the Circle K network and will be open for customers 24/7. In addition, it is anticipated that Kill North will cater for some 47,000 motorists daily on the N7. Circle K Kill North on the N7 will boast a range of superb service offerings including Circle K’s renowned andextensive deli food range, it’s Mexican street food offer “Cantina” as well a sits own specialty coffee Simply GreatCoffee. Circle K’s high-quality fuels – miles and milesPLUS will also be available along with a host of other services and amenities including fullhot deli offer, indoor seating area, off-license, multiple car spaces and truck and coach parking and pumps for AdBlue customers. Niall Anderton, Managing Director of CircleK Ireland commented, “Today is a momentous occasion for Circle K Ireland as we open the newest service station in our network strategically located at Kill North on the N7. As the busiest commuter belt in Ireland, we are delighted to open this new state of the art facility and look forward to catering for some 47,000 motorists who travel this road daily offering them our extensive and high-quality food and coffee range in addition to our premium fuels along with a range of other essential services.” “In addition, we are also pleased to create 23 new jobs for the local area and I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome our new colleagues to the Circle K family.”

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