MPC has begun the process of converting the Andeavor company-owned-and-operated stores to the Speedway brand. Since the closing of the transaction on Oct. 1, roughly 90 sites in the St. Paul and Minneapolis markets have been converted and the company expects to complete approximately 200 sites in total by the end of 2018, according to information from the company.
Company officials recently told the News-Sun they are considering a roughly $48 million expansion of the company's headquarters in Enon as part of the acquisition of Andeavor. The company has said it plans to create about 200 new jobs as part of the expansion, although Speedway is also considering two undisclosed locations outside Ohio.
Statewide, Speedway employs about 1,090 full-time workers, excluding retail store and field support employees, according to documents provided to the county as part of the request. Speedway’s existing payroll is listed at just shy of $73 million annually.
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