Circle K postpones Norway launch after helicopter crash

.Circle KUllensaker.Circle K station at Jessheim. Photo: Vidar Ruud / NTB scanpix

Circle K has postponed launch of its petrol stations in Norway due to the helicopter accident at Turøy outside Bergen.

Circle K Norway, formerly known at Statoil Fuel & Retail Norway, announced this in a statement Sunday.
The company, which for the past four years has been under Canadian ownership, had planned a major brand change, changing the logo of its gas stations from Statoil to Circle K. The launch in Norway was scheduled for May 2, but has been postponed for a week.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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