Amber, one of Munster’s largest fuel retailers, has announced the opening of a new unmanned outlet at Bandon Co-op in Enniskeane.
AMBER, one of Munster’s largest fuel retailers, has announced the opening of a new unmanned outlet at Bandon Co-op in Enniskeane.
The [email protected] site is part of a €3m investment project by Amber and its partner sites across the West Cork region, with sites also at Kilbrittain and Crossbarry. This development will allow motorists to pay at the pump using credit cards, laser cards and various fuel cards. Amber/DCI fuel cards are available from Amber’s Head Office in Fermoy and application forms are also available on the Amber website.
Liam Fitzgerald, chairman of Amber said: ‘While this type of fuelling may be relatively new to Ireland, it has been common on the continent for many years, particularly in rural locations. I feel this will be an asset to a village like Enniskeane, with motorists benefitting from competitive prices in a convenient location. We have committed over €7.9m investment in expanding our business over the last three years, and West Cork has played a large part in this.’
The new outlet provides ample space and is easily accessible for HGVs and buses and offers white diesel, MGO, kerosene/ home heating oil, AdBlue (diesel additive used in the treatment of exhaust fumes), air and water. Fast-fill diesel is only available for HGVs and buses.
The new outlet is open from 7am-10pm, seven days a week.