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OAKVILLE, Ont. — Building on the popularity of non-traditional foodservice operations, Tim Hortons and Imperial Oil have committed to adding another 175 coffee kiosks at Esso sites across the country over the next 10 years.

“Esso is Tim Hortons’s largest non-traditional association, and we couldn’st be happier to announce this renewed agreement,” said Roland Walton, COO of the coffee-shop chain. “This speaks to the successful relationship we’sve shared over the years and the synergies between the two brands. We both offer value, convenience, quick service and more options for busy Canadians.”

Tim Hortons opened its first kiosk inside an Esso service station in 1994; today, Tim’s operates in 350 of Imperial’s gas stations.

 

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