Snax 24 aims for the “grab-and-go” snack market, operating on 75 of Britain’s petrol-station forecourts. The roots of chairman and chief executive Gerald Ronson are in fuel retailing. He established Heron International in the 1970s, creating a company that was credited with bringing self-service petrol stations to Britain. Under managing director Bill Ahearn, Snax 24 achieved sales of £164.1m in 2004.
|Activity||Fuel forecourt operator|
|Operating profit £m||2.2|
|Main shareholders||Ronson family trust (100%)|
* supplied by Company † annualised figure ‡ profit = ebitda