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Inver Punches Cross, Grand Opening

Photograph of Inver's first company owned site grand opening

Inver’s first company owned Service Station at Punches Cross officially opened April 8th at 2pm.

Chris O’Callaghan, Inver’s CEO was delighted to cut the ribbon at Inver Punches Cross with Shane Gleeson and other guests. Shane operates the Inver Service station and has a long business history with Spar, who also participated in the opening launch.

Free fuel vouchers were among the many prizes enjoyed by local customers throughout the afternoon. Ben Lenihan, Inver’s Retail Director said ‘Inver are delighted to participate in the opening of our first company owned service station and  to continue to promote our quality fuel to motorists in Limerick.’

Shane stated “I am delighted with the positive response to our new service station and shop. I look forward to growing the business and promoting Inver’s commitment to the community. Their encouragement of  young people to embrace technology and Science through ‘Techspace‘ is fantastic”.

Chris O’Callaghan, Inver’s CEO said “Punches Cross is a very exciting step in the continued growth and expansion of our company’s forecourt network.  We will continue to open company owned service stations and partner with independent forecourt owners.

Our brand offering is strong and our forecourt partners really benefit with dealing directly with a major independent Irish fuel supplier to maximize their  profit.  All our current partnerships have significantly improved their business in terms of volume and margin.

Shane will  also operate the new Inver forecourt in Hurlers Cross and I wish him every success with both Inver forecourts and the Inver team look forward to continue working with him.’


Inver Energy's Punches Cross Service Station and Spar Grand Opening

Ribbon cutting at the Inver Punches Cross Grand Opening