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Motorway service stations

TotalEnergies wins Wasserbillig concessions



TotalEnergies has strengthened its network of service stations and now has 44 outlets in the grand duchy.   Christophe Steichen (TotalEnergies au Luxembourg)

TotalEnergies has strengthened its network of service stations and now has 44 outlets in the grand duchy.  Christophe Steichen (TotalEnergies au Luxembourg)

TotalEnergies in Luxembourg will have 10 years running two service stations at the German border on the A1 motorway between Luxembourg and Trier.

The rebranded company has won the tender for the two motorway concessions near Wasserbillig. Total’s Luxembourg subsidiary had already been running the service station in the direction of Luxembourg since 1994, and will now take over the site in the direction of Trier from Esso. The concessions are valid for 10 years as of 28 September.

“The extension of one and the takeover of the second concession in Wasserbillig allows TotalEnergies in Luxembourg to position itself as a leader on motorways in the country and thus strengthen the network for all its customers on one of the European strategic axes,” says Patrick Schnell, managing director of TotalEnergies in Luxembourg.

The existing Total service station, which will be redesigned in the new livery of the renamed TotalEnergies, comprises 10 trucks pumps and 20 light vehicles pumps. It has been clocking up an average of 3,500 customers daily. The station also has a 24/7 shop and a restaurant, both of which will be renovated and extended.

On the other side of the motorway, TotalEnergies says it plans to continue working with existing suppliers and brands currently operating at the site, including Burger King, Dunkin’ Donuts and Curry Meister, which are managed by subsidiaries of the Berger Group. It brings to 44 the number of TotalEnergies service stations in the grand duchy.