Another acquisition for AMACOR
Independent convenience group AMACOR Capital Limited has completed the purchase of the latest store to add to their portfolio with the acquisition of a West Yorkshire business.
The Nisa Local symbol store at Denby Dale near Huddersfield has become the 17th store for the group which operates shops across northern and central England as well as parts of Wales.
A Nisa partner for the past three years, AMACOR primarily targets existing sites to take over and the group has ambitions to grow the business to more than 30 stores in the next 12 months.
The latest store will retain its Nisa Local fascia following the sale meaning shoppers will still be able to access the existing range including the Co-op own brand as well as the popular promotions and deals.
Head of Acquisitions at AMACOR, Alex Wilson, said: “We’re delighted to get this sale over the line and make it our seventeenth store for the group and number five for the year."
“We’ll be keeping the same instore team with one of the existing members of staff being promoted to the store manager role, meaning shoppers will not only continue to be able buy the same great products but they’ll also see the same friendly faces.”
Plans to further develop the store and its offer over the coming weeks and months include the installation of a coffee machine and the introduction of newspaper sales.