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Glasgow Shell service stations in administration

Service stations require financial refuelling after entering insolvency

Four Shell service stations have entered into administration.

Express Service Stations has entered into insolvency, with
Johnston
Carmichael
partner Matt Henderson appointed as administrator.

30 jobs are at risk across the Glasgow-based stations.

“We have secured ongoing supplies to enable the business to continue trading
as normal. Several enquiries from interested parties have already been received,
and we are confident of securing a buyer,” said Henderson.

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