New jobs and a home heat campaign at Topaz

Roz Purcell launches the Topaz home heat campaign 2014
In January, Topaz will create 110 new jobs with the opening of two new service stations developed at a cost of €10 million.
An additional 200 people are currently employed on the development of the sites in North Dublin and Co. Laois which will include service stations, restaurants and shops.
“Topaz is in job creation and expansion mode,” said Paul Candon, marketing and corporate services director at Topaz.  “We’re constantly looking at sites with good potential – particularly near motorways. Our award winning sites at Dublin Airport and Cashel have been extremely successful and we expect these new sites to be likewise. We’re actively looking for new sites and locations across the country.”
Topaz has 330 sites throughout the country, 120 company owned. One of Ireland’s largest privately owned companies, it has an annual turnover of €3 billion and currently employs 1,600 people.
The Topaz Home Heat campaign
The launch of the campaign coincided with a warning from weather experts that Ireland could be set for an Arctic freeze within weeks.
“While we have experienced very mild weather up to this point, forecasters are warning that temperatures are set to fall rapidly in coming weeks,” said commercial director Liam Mulcahy.  “Ordering oil on our revamped website can be done in four simple clicks and we guarantee delivery within 48 hours.”
To mark the launch of the new site and online ordering facility, Topaz is giving away 500 litres of fuel every week for the next 26 weeks and double Play or Park loyalty points to customers who order online.
Topaz also urged customers to consider using Topaz Thermal, a home heating fuel specially developed by the company to lower carbon and sludge build up.