Nisa to convert 11 forecourt sites through new deal with MPK Garages

Nisa and MPK Garages Ltd have signed a new deal which will see 11 of its forecourt sites be converted to join the convenience retailer over the next three months.

The 11 former Morrisons stores are located across the west and north of England in areas such as Bristol, Worcestershire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire.

Each store will also now stock an improved range, including the addition of a wide Co-op own brand offering across all categories.

Additionally, the shops vary in size from 1,000sqft – 3,000sqft and the grocery range will focus on food-to-go and chilled offerings.

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Earlier this month it was revealed that Nisa retailers will now see the percentage of financial returns previously held within a store development fund given as a cash rebate.

All the 11 retail sites will be taking on the dual branded fascia over the coming months, and the first site in Bristol began trading with Nisa last week – with the following ten stores to follow later this year.

“We are delighted to be working with the Nisa team, as we transition our stores to the new dual branded fascia,” retail director at MPK Garages Ltd, Wayne Harrand said.

“The Nisa & Co-op offering provides a solid platform for growth in our sector, as we continue to secure more market share in our local communities.

“We now have the scope to add value to our local customer experience and offer the best possible prices in store daily with the new Nisa Supply deal.”

Harrand added: “We are looking forward to working with Victoria Lockie and the Nisa team as we start a new journey together to deliver the best possible offering to our customers.”

Head of retail at Nisa Victoria Lockie commented: “We are delighted to have MPK Garages on board as part of the Nisa family and I’m really looking forward to working together moving forwards.

She added that she is “absolutely confident” that MPK customers will “really enjoy the expanded new range now available to them.”

Lockie concluded: “I am very much looking forward to seeing the portfolio of stores take on the dual Nisa fascia and format over the coming weeks and months and our dedicated team will be on hand to support them every step of the way.”

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