Major £1m Co Antrim service station refurbishment creates 8 jobs
A BUSY Co Antrim service station has undergone a £1 million refurbishment, which has created eight new jobs.
Maxol has just completed the substantial investment at its Glenabbey Service Station in Glengormley, located close to Sandyknowes roundabout.
The revamp has significantly increased the size of the convenience store to over 3,000 sq ft, while a new hot food counter and Morelli's Ice Cream bar have been installed.
The toilet and wash room facilities have also been fully upgraded and the car park has been extended from 16 to 28 spaces to improve access and convenience for customers.
Peter Robinson, licensee of Maxol Glenabbey Service Station said the new refurbishment greatly improves the customer experience.
"This latest investment by Maxol puts Glenabbey at the forefront of retailing and enables us to offer a significantly enhanced retail experience in a state-of-the-art premises," he said
"We look forward to welcoming both existing and new customers in store to enjoy everything the newly expanded store has to offer.”
Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group added:
"We strive to bring choice, value and quality fresh food to our customers every day so whether shoppers want the convenience of a freshly made sandwich or wrap from the deli, a barista-style coffee from the Barista Coffee To Go Bar or picking up quality ingredients for dinner on their way home, we have an extensive range competitively priced that satisfies every time.
“Maxol has been part of the local community in Northern Ireland for almost 100 years and we are delighted to continue investing in our local service stations and suppliers and improving the experience for our customers."