Delek Purchases Williamson Oil

Laracy, Alex
May 2004
Convenience Store News;5/3/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
Delek U.S. Holdings Inc. has agreed to acquire Williamson Oil Co. Inc., a convenience store operator and petroleum distributor headquartered in Fort Payne, Alabama. MAPCO Family Centers Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delek US, has executed a purchase agreement to acquire Williamson's retail operations including 100 convenience stores as well as its wholesale fuel distribution business. Delek operates 207 stores under the Mapco Express brand name and 36 stores under the East Coast brand name. Williamson Oil operates 89 convenience stores and has a dealership network of 11 stores. All of Williamson Oil's retail stores operate under the Discount Food Mart brand name.


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