Applegreen drops fuel prices

Applegreen Ireland MD Dáire Nolan says “we want to support our communities by leading a price drop across the entire country”

Forecourt retailer says it is passing savings from lower crude oil prices directly on to customers

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13 March 2020 | 0

Applegreen is dropping fuel prices at all its service stations across the Republic of Ireland by up to 10c per litre, from today onwards.

In a press statement, the company said the move was “a reaction to lowering crude oil prices” where it is passing savings directly on to customers.

“At Applegreen we are committed to our ‘low fuel prices, always’ promise to our customers,” said managing director for Applegreen Ireland, Dáire Nolan.

“Since 1 January this year our prices have already fallen by 5c,” he said. “However, the recent fall in the crude oil price has now come through the supply chain and we are delighted to be able to drop our prices by up to a further 10c.

“We are acutely aware of the heightened and unprecedented times all of us here in Ireland find ourselves in at the moment,” Nolan added, “and we want to support our communities by leading a price drop across the entire country.”

 

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