Circle K opens world-class site in Gorey, Co. Wexford

Niall Anderton, Managing Director, Circle K Ireland, visits the brand new Circle K Gorey on the M11
Niall Anderton, managing director, Circle K Ireland, visits the brand new Circle K Gorey on the M11

Circle K, Ireland’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, has opened the largest service station in its global network; Circle K Gorey on the M11 in Co. Wexford, creating 40 new jobs in the locality.

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2 April 2019 | 0

Circle K has opened the largest service station in its global network; Circle K Gorey on the M11 in Co. Wexford, creating 40 new jobs in the locality. The official opening celebration, attended by Circle K senior management and local political dignitaries, took place on Thursday, 28 March with a host of special offers available in store on the day.

The opening of Circle K Gorey is a significant moment for Circle K, with the new state-of-the-art site being of significant strategic importance to the M11/N11 commuter belt, where Circle K expects to cater for up to 20,000 Irish commuters every day.

The opening is part of an overall investment of €35 million by Circle K, announced in 2018, into the development of four new sites. The first of these sites located at J7 Kill on the N7 opened in December, with further new site openings scheduled for this year in Kilcullen, Co. Kildare and Athlone, Co. Westmeath.

Circle K Gorey on the M11 boasts a range of superb offerings including Circle K’s miles and milesPLUS advanced premium fuels, fast-charge points for electric vehicles and dedicated pumps for AdBlue and Gasoil customers. Also available are Circle K’s renowned and extensive deli food range, Mexican street food offer “Cantina”; a fully serviced barista offering exciting new innovations in the areas of frozen drinks and ice cream and Circle K’s own specialty coffee Simply Great Coffee.

Topping off the extensive offering at the Gorey site which will be open on a 24/7 basis, there is a seated café area; an indoor and outdoor children’s play area; a Fáilte Ireland tourist information point and extensive parking for customers including truck and coach spaces. The site will also have a McDonalds restaurant.

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