MOYA, Poland’s fastest growing petrol convenience network

Established in 2009, MOYA have grown their network through a combination of organic growth and acquisition. Only three years ago they announced the opening of the 150th station, today their network has expanded to over 400 sites.

In 2020, they acquired six Tesco sites and finalised their acquisition of eMILA, a network of 30 sites from BM Reflex. This acquisition represented an important step towards the milestone of 500 sites by the end of 2024.

Located in major cities throughout Poland, the newly acquired sites consist largely of self-service petrol stations with full automation and payment system at the dispenser. Many of these sites did not have a convenience store offer.

Before Christmas 2022, the firm launched in Myślenice an anniversary station as its 400 retail site, and completed 2022 with its latest inauguration. MOYA's development plans include further growth and systematic implementation of environmentally friendly solutions. By the end of 2024, the company plans to open at least 500 outlets and to launch its first electric vehicle charging points in 2023.

The newly opened station is equipped with a Caffe MOYA catering concept and store, so drivers can count on delicious coffee and snacks, as well as useful items for the road and home. The facility is also geared up for truck traffic and its amenities include parking, a driveway, fast diesel filler and AdBlue liquid.