New Research Report Offers Insights and Analysis on Germany Service Station Retailing


Published on : Sep 13, 2017

Albany, New York, September 13, 2017: Originally, a service station was a full service filling station with a repair garage on-site. A service station can also be referred to a filling station, a gasoline or a petrol station. In Germany, the number of service stations were recorded highest in 1970 with over 46,000 stations, however since then this number has been declining, falling below 15,000 stations in 2008 and the number dropped further down to 14,300 stations in 2011. In 2015, Germany had the second highest number of service stations of any European nation. A new research report added to the repository of Market Research Hub (MRH) titled “Service Station Retailing in Germany 2017: Market and Competitor Data and Insights into Fuel, C-store and Car Wash Offerings”, offers detailed insights into the German service station market.

The report provides in-depth analysis on the latest retail data related to service station retail in Germany as of 2017. The report offers an insightful and detailed overview of the market. As the report offers both qualitative and quantitative data regarding the service station retail market, readers can have detailed insights into the German fuel market including historical data.

The report “Service Station Retailing in Germany 2017” is based on comprehensive interviews with some of the leading fuel operators in the European market that are providing fuel volumes between 2012 and 2022 along with their values at national level. The report also provides a complete breakdown on five key fuel retailer shop, motorway, car wash, company-owned, and unmanned sites along with company fuel volumes, values and market shares.

According to the report, the total fuel consumption in Germany had increased by 1.8% during 2016 compared to the previous year. Aral, a brand of automobile fuels and petrol stations in Germany has the largest service station network, at 2,335 sites, accounting for nearly 16.2% of the national network. The report also claims that the total number of service stations with a car wash had increased by 0.4% to 10,344 sites in Germany. There was also a marginal increase noted in the total number of service stations with a shop by 1.1% to 13,141 sites.

This comprehensive report offers up-to-date information on service station retailing in Germany. Complete information on the leading five service station retailers in Germany has been offered to readers. Detailed insights and statistics on the market position of these leading players is offered to readers. The total number of shops, car wash centers, fuel outlets, motorways, and unmanned sites owned by these leading players is offered to the readers.

The highlight of the report is its coverage of the average fuel throughput per site of these top five leading players. New entrants and stakeholders can formulate strategies by understanding the status quo of this market. Readers will also gain comprehensive information about how the service station landscape in Germany is evolving, and what strategies are being adopted by key players in this segment.

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