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DCC has agreed to acquire certain Total oil distribution assets from Rontec Investments for £59m, including Total Butler and 550 staff.
DCC has acquired Oakwood Fuels, the Nottinghamshire-based oil and hazardous waste recycling firm with 105 staff, for an initial £9.6m.
DCC is to acquire Pace Fuelcare, the oil distribution firm with 240 staff at 20 sites in southern England, from MRH for £23m.
DCC is to acquire Brogans, the Motherwell-based fuel distribution firm with 279 staff at 15 depots, for £42m.
DCC is to acquire Shell's oil distribution business in Denmark for £12m, with the transfer of 57 staff at nine sites.
DCC has acquired Cooke Fuel Cards, the Burnley-based fuel card sales and marketing firm with 38 staff, from Cooke Holdings for £10m.
DCC has announced that its GB Oils subsidiary will acquire the trade and assets of Chevron UK Equity Distributor, the fuel distributor with 26 sites and 356 staff in southern England and Wales.
DCC has acquired Southern Counties Fuels Holdings, the West Sussex-based oil distributor with 135 staff and eight depots, for £7.4m.
DCC Healthcare has acquired Squadron Medical, the Chesterfield-based supplier of medical and surgical products, for an initial £11m.
DCC has acquired a 90% stake in Realpower, the holding company of Nottingham-based waste management company Wastecycle, for an initial £5.8m.
DCC has acquired Carlton Fuels, the Merseyside-based oil distribution company with 118 staff, for up to £15m.
DCC has acquired a 50% stake in William Tracey Group, the Glasgow-based recycling and waste management company with 255 staff, for £16m.
DCC is to acquire Pilton, the distributor of computer games in Ireland and the UK, for £24m.
DCC has acquired Dyneley Holdings, the fuel card distributor, for £10m, while sister company DCC Healthcare has acquired 77% of Laleham Healthcare for £7.3m.
DCC is to acquire Shell Direct UK, the fuel distributor with 500 staff, for £14m.
DCC is to acquire Bottle Green, the Leeds-based wine supplier, for an initial £13m.
DCC has acquired Shannon Environmental Services, the Irish waste chemical treatment company, for about £4m.
DCC is to acquire TechnoPharm, the Irish pharmaceuticals distributor, for up to £10m, in order to expand its hospital supplies business.
DCC has acquired BP's oil marketing and distribution business in Scotland and northern England, including 200 staff, nine storage depots, 90 road tankers and three call centres.