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Spain: CNMC approves Disa’s mainland service stations purchase

 |  December 12, 2017

Spain’s National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC) has authorized the Canary islands-based Disa’s acquisition of 30 service stations from rival Gesa Group, located in the Spanish mainland. The transaction will allow Disa to become the fourth largest operator in Spain and was announced last September.

With this acquisition, Disa’s network will come to 588 points of sale distributed across Spain. Thus, the company lags only behind the three main oil companies with presence in Spanish territory (Repsol, Cepsa and BP).

The 286 employees currently working at the service stations included in this operation will be incorporated into Disa’s human resources, continuing the company’s doubling of personnel over the past decade

Full Content: El Economista

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