Amber Petroleum announces the sale of the company to Greenergy.
Chris O’Callaghan, Head of Greenergy, Ireland said, “We are delighted to complete the Amber acquisition. It has been our strategy to expand across the fuel supply chain in Ireland since Greenergy entered the market in 2017. The acquisition of such a well-regarded business complements our existing Irish business, Inver Energy, and enables us to enhance our fuel supply and retail offering to independent retailers and motorists, with a dedicated local team to support them.
Amber is a successful company with wonderful staff. We hope to continue with that success and grow the business. There will be no change to day-to-day operations and Amber’s management team, staff and brand will remain in place.’
Gerry Condon, Managing Director of Amber Petroleum added:
“This is an exciting time for the Amber brand. As a longstanding customer of Inver and Greenergy, we look forward to combining our operations and continuing to serve our customers, based on our shared commitment of providing low cost fuels and superior customer service.’
In business for over 25 years, Greenergy is an established supplier and distributor of transportation fuels, and the UK’s largest fuels supplier. Internationally, it supplies over 18 billion litres of fuel annually to supermarkets, oil companies, fuel wholesalers and retail and commercial customers. It manages fuel supply chains from refinery gates to customer sites – importing, storing, blending and distributing fuel and managing stock levels for customers.
In 2017, Greenergy entered the Irish market through the acquisition of Inver Energy, an independent fuel supplier and retailer based in Cork. To learn more about Greenergy, visit www.greenergy.com