1-2-3 (fuel station)

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1-2-3
Type Fuel station
Founded 5 December 2000
Number of locations 165
Area served Denmark, Norway
Baltic
Owners Statoil Fuel & Retail

1-2-3 is an unmanned fuel station chain in the Nordic and Baltic regions.

It was created in 2000, as the low cost extension of the Statoil chain, and owned by Statoil Fuel & Retail ASA.[1] The first outlet was opened in Kaunas in December 2000. 65 outlets were planned in the Baltic,[2] later to be supplemented by 107 outlets in Norway and Denmark.[citation needed] Unlike the Statoil stations, there are no franchisees, all stations are vertically integrated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gultvedt, Bård (25 May 2001). "Rimi-bensin". VG (in Norwegian). p. 3. 
  2. ^ Dahl, Flemming (6 December 2000). "Kanskje i Norge senere: Norsk billig-bensin til de baltiske stater". Aftenposten (in Norwegian). p. 27.