Transport and logistics giant Bibby Line Group has taken full control of Costcutter. Bibby bought a 51% stake in the c-store chain in 2007 and revealed in September that is was close to finalising a deal for the remaining stake.
Bibby Line Group is close to finalising a deal that would see it become the sole owner of Costcutter. The transport and logistics giant, which bought a 51% stake in the symbol group in 2007, is expected to seal the deal within six months for an undisclosed sum.
Costcutter is to advertise on digital TV channels for the first time. The symbol group, which celebrates its 25th anniversary next month, kicks off a TV campaign on Monday across ITV2, ITV3, Sky News, Sky1, Sky2, MTV, Living and the Food…
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