Petroleum Consolidators Identifies Third Acquisitionadmin
Petroleum Consolidators of America, Inc. announced that, as part of its rapid consolidation and roll-up strategy, the Company is in the initial phase of negotiating its third acquisition of a branded gasoline facility for consolidation within its existing portfolio.
David Cohen, President and CEO of Petroleum Consolidators said, “We are pleased to announce the third in a series of acquisitions targeted for 2007, which is part of our long term consolidation strategy. As the Company’s two existing candidates near the closing phase, this third potential acquisition will complement our growing portfolio and ensure our targeted objectives are met in the near term.”
Petroleum Consolidators recently announced that, as part of its roll-up strategy, for 2007, the Company expects to acquire at least six retail gasoline facilities. These six acquisitions are expected to generate $22 million in revenue and $2.3 million in income and the first purchase is expected to close by the end of the first quarter. Due to land, business and environmental reviews, typical gasoline station acquisitions require a four to six-month process from first review to final closing.
About Petroleum Consolidators of America, Inc.
Petroleum Consolidators of America, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: PCAI – News) is a development stage company focusing on land acquisition, ownership and operations of a portfolio of retail gasoline stations. The businesses being acquired will include convenience stores that offer a broad selection of merchandise and ancillary products and services including car care products, tobacco, beer, soft drinks, self-service fast food and beverages, publications, dairy products, groceries, health and beauty aids, money orders and other services. For more information regarding Petroleum Consolidators of America, Inc. Contact: David Cohen at (561) 514-0198.
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Petroleum Consolidators of America, Inc., West Palm Beach David Cohen, 561-514-0198
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