Verdict's Service Station Retailing Database for Turkey is essential for fuel retailing companies as well as service providers and suppliers to the sector. For the national market and the key players operating within it, the database provides fuel sales, station numbers, store and car wash numbers, as well as insight into motorway and unmanned networks.
Features and benefits
- Pre-empt growth, acquisitions and areas of site rationalization by understanding the composition and history of the fuel retailing network in Turkey.
- Benchmark your company against your peers by comparing network ownership, fuel sales, store coverage, car wash coverage and unmanned networks.
- Devise retail growth strategies by accessing data from 2006 to 2011 and three year forecasts for fuel volume sales and site numbers.
- Make credible decisions by accessing consistently sourced data from a combination of secondary research and interviews with Europe's fuel retailers.
- Assess the service station sector as a distribution channel for your products and services, and learn more about the key players operating within it.
In Turkey, the total number of service stations increased by 194 sites and there were over 12,880 sites at the beginning of 2011.
In 2010, total fuel volumes sold through service stations increased by over 2%, mainly driven by higher diesel sales.
Petrol Ofisi is the biggest player with the largest service station network and market share in Turkey.
Your key questions answered
- What is the market share of Turkey's main fuel retailers including Petrol Ofisi, Shell, Turcas Petrol, BP, TOTAL, and Akpet?
- How many registered vehicles will there be by 2013 and how is this going to impact the volume of fuel sold through the country's service stations?
- How many retailers have sites on the country's motorways? Which retailers have the busiest service stations and how much fuel is sold through each?
- Which companies are expanding their site and convenience store networks and could pose a threat in the future?
- What is the ratio of service stations to land area in the country and how many vehicles does each site service on average?