Rontec / Snax24

Rontec was formed in 2011 by the property developer Gerald Ronson, 74, to purchase Total Oil’s UK estate of 500 service stations. A consortium of Investec, Grovepoint Capital and Ronson’s Snax 24 retail business, paid a reported £360m before selling part of the estate to buyers including Shell. The remaining sites are branded Esso and Rontec’s new Shop’N’Drive brand, which the company is rolling out this year. Sales in 2012 reached an annualised £882m.

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Company details
Year2013
Rank65
CompanyRontec / Snax24
ActivityFuel forecourt operator
LocationWatford
Sales £m †882
Profit £m †11
Year endSep 12
Principal shareholdersInvestec (46%), Snax 24 (34%), Ronpartners LLP (7%), others (13%)
Staff1,375
Founded2011
Websitewww.rontec.com

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* Supplied by company † Annualised figure