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Shell self-scan kiosk Netherlands

Dover Fueling Solutions partners Shell to develop self-checkout

Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) has partnered with Shell to co-develop and roll-out Self-Checkout Kiosk across a number of Shell fuel stations in the Netherlands in order to reduce queues and improve the purchasing experience for its customers.

Edgepos at Loch Services on Isle of Lewis

Loch Services on Isle of Lewis opts for EDGEPoS

Loch Services, a Keystore Express branded forecourt in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, has become the latest retailer to install the award-winning EDGEPoS system onsite.

Gulf forecourt

Certas Energy secures a tie-up with EPoS specialist Point Four

Certas Energy has agreed a tie-up with EPoS specialist Point Four that provides Gulf dealers with EPoS and point of sale solutions.

EDGEPoS ESELS

Electronic shelf edge labelling option launched for EDGEPoS

An electronic shelf edge labelling facility that integrates into the EDGEPoS system has been launched by Henderson Technology.

Crieff Garage

EDGEPoS installed at Gulf site in Scotland

Crieff Garage, a Spar and Gulf-branded convenience forecourt site in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, has installed the EDGEPoS software solution.

PayPoint One reaches more than 16,000 installations

PayPoint has announced that its PayPoint One platform is now live in more than 16,000 stores across the UK.

From left: host Colin Murray, Luke Jenkins, Oli Yeo, sponsor: Crown Oil, and APEA chairman Tom Brady.
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GripHero clinches two titles at APEA Awards

GripHero, the developer of fuel nozzle-mounted, anti-static hand-protection dispensers, was the big winner at the Association for Petroleum and Explosives Administration (APEA) 2019 Awards, clinching two titles.

Systems are go...

When Andrew and Scott Aitken, owners of Jet Rigg Service Station and Jet Bypass Service Station in East Lothian decided to invest in new epos systems for both sites, they knew they needed to do their homework. "We did more leg work for this till system than for any previous system," says Andrew. "We really wanted to ensure it was the right fit for our business. We first met our chosen supplier, Henderson Technology, at an industry event. They invited us to Northern Ireland for a study tour to see the technology in action at two fuel sites and one dry site. We then went to visit a forecourt in Aberdeen, which had very similar needs to ours so that we could get honest feedback on how the installation had gone. It was very evident from our research that Henderson Technology's EdgePoS system would offer everything we needed for the sites and a whole host of value-added fuel features as well." Another bonus that the Aitkens appreciated was the fact that Henderson Technology's epos systems are directly linked to Filshill Wholesaler, which they say offers a lot of benefits such as smoother ordering and better control over stock holding.

Rigg Service Station
Rigg Service Station
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EDGEPoS tie-up with delivered wholesaler launches

Henderson Technology has unveiled the first three users of its EDGEPoS system in Scotland to benefit from its new link with the delivered wholesaler Fillshill.

HTEC celebrates 40-year anniversary

HTEC, a specialist developer and supplier of point-of-sale, payment and loyalty systems, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East128.5163.90137.39125.07
East Midlands128.1460.80138.82124.96
London128.61139.13125.52
North East126.40136.83123.08
North West127.4666.90138.32124.30
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Wales127.05135.90123.20
West Midlands128.2166.90137.48124.77
Yorkshire & Humber127.5855.70137.36124.09

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