Maxol to open group’s largest ever service station in Mulhuddart

Stephen Lynch, site manager, Weslin; Denis McElroy, contracts manager, Weslin and Brian Donaldson, group general manager, the Maxol Group

Opportunity for independent retailer to ‘operate a multi-million euro business’



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28 July 2015

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Maxol has announced plans to open the company’s largest service station to date, on the N3 at Mulhuddart, located north-west of Dublin city. In a welcome boost to the local economy, the new site will lead to the creation of 50 new jobs, and the forecourt convenience company is also looking for an independent retailer to operate the site under licence.

Prominently located on the N3 primary route, the futuristic service station boasts 2.5 acres and will provide much needed services to the local community in the Blanchardstown area and commuters using one of Ireland’s busiest motorways. The new flagship site is being developed by Weslin Construction in an investment of over €4 million by Maxol.

Mulhuddart is the biggest development project embarked upon by Maxol since the company’s foundation in 1920, and will use leading technologies including the latest environmentially friendly and energy efficient equipment and design, in an effort to reduce the company’s carbon footprint.

As well as offering a typically comfortable and convenient destination for commuters or locals on-the-go, the development will feature Maxol’s latest building design, offering a brighter feel due to its abundance of glazing and open-plan arrangement with ample seating.

The multi-level building will also see the introduction of a number of new franchises to widen its choice of food offerings, which are expected to be announced in the coming months, as well as a brand new off-licence, while retaining the latest Maxol Mace convenience store, a  new Moreish ‘Fresh Food’ café and large open-plan relaxation and Wi-Fi areas together with a children’s play area. The site will also offer a separate truck fuelling facility and extra car and coach parking.

Brian Donaldson, group general manager, The Maxol Group said Maxol Mulhuddart will be a full destination site and that the group is “currently in discussions with a number of potential partner franchises to further enhance this”.

“We are also looking for an independent retailer to operate the new station under licence, which is an exciting opportunity for someone who is eager to operate a multi-million euro business,” Donaldson said.



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