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Predecessors:Elf, Fina
Successors:Esso, Shell, BP, Gulf

Petrol brand of the large French group TotalSA. Previously traded with all three historic brands (Total, Elf & Fina) but now combined to form only Total branded forecourts in the UK. In 2012, Rontec bought 250 of Total's sites and the rest were sold off to other companies, while the distribution network was sold to Gulf. Most of the forecourts that were sold off are now operated using the Shell fuel brand.


TCS was the corporate title used by Total's corporate fuel forecourts, generally on the A-road network. Although, unlike BP and 'BP Connect', the title not used to the general public in use of the 'Bonjour' brand sites generally use this title in site names and addresses.


Like the fellow petrol retailers, Total branded there larger forecourts with a convenience store under a own brand, in this case the 'Bonjour' title. Smaller services which only sell snacks were branded as just 'Shop'. The 'Bonjour' shop was sometimes also associated with an own branded cafe under the 'Cafe Bonjour' title. Other sites include various refreshment concessions such as Nescafe & Go coffee machines, and Bake & Bite facilities.


Excellium was Total's own brand of fuel. It was said that it improved engine protection, reduced fuel consumption and produced lower CO2 emissions.


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