Eroski has inaugurated two new gas stations in the Guipuzcoan towns of Ordizia and Azkoitia. Both operate as self-service 24 hours a day and offer gasoline 95 and diesel A. With these openings, the cooperative increases to 19 its network of service stations in the Basque Country.

The new service station that opens today in Ordizia is located next to the Eroski hypermarket that the company has in the town, next to the Irun-Bilbao highway and has two fuel pumps. Tomorrow the Azkoitia gas station will be inaugurated, next to the Eroski Urola hypermarket and will have a pump.

Both stations have the capacity to store up to 60,000 liters of fuel, divided between diesel A and petrol super 95. BP acts as the sole supplier of all Eroski petrol stations, which it supplies through the logistics operator CLH. The cooperative closed last year with a network of 50 gas stations in Spain.

For its part, On January 31, Grupo DIA will inaugurate the first supermarket with the Dia & Go banner of the province of Alicante. Specifically, it will be located on Avenida de Novelda, number 73, in the city of Alicante. In the Valencian Community, the group has 243 stores, of which 169 are owned and 74 are franchises

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