Iconic Ampol making a comeback

AUSSIE iconic service station Ampol is back, this time in partnership with supermarket giant Woolworths.

Founded in post-Depression 1936 as Australian Motorists Petrol Company, and through the years and one world war popularly nicknamed Ampol, it recently came back to Western Sydney at Northmead.

The suburb is proudly claiming the first returned Ampol homebase, certainly among the firsts of the 550 rebranded Ampol Woolworths Metro that will roll out across NSW in the next two years.

Across Australia, there will be 1,900 of them flying the flag for both Ampol fuel and Woolworths’ fresh food in a revitalized world-class business model of a convenience store hatched by the two multinational companies to measure up to the expectations of its customers.

The communities in upmarket Randwick in the north shore and Lane Cove West in booming northwest side of Sydney has both welcomed Ampol Woolworths Metro last month.

“Our Northmead site brings to life our drive to be world-class in everything we do and celebrate the best of our convenience offering through the Woolworths Metro format and our unparalleled experience with premium fuels through our Amplify range,” an Ampol
spokeswoman told EV.s News.

“The Ampol Woolworths Metro format brings together the best of each brand’s offering high-quality fuel, great customer service and fresh food.”

The Northmead store’s opening showcased everything its customers would expect from an Ampol local fuel store with an added range of fresh foods, and pick-me-up latte, in a Woolworths

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