DKV extends acceptance network in Italy & Switzerland


DKV Euro Service has recently extended its acceptance network in Italy and Switzerland. DKV customers can now pay for their fuel using the DKV CARD at over 200 additional Eni brand stations in Italy.

This extends the Italian acceptance network to 7,407 fuel stations. DKV has recently added 175 fuel stations operated by TamOil to the acceptance network in Switzerland. Customers in the Alpine republic now have a total of 500 stations available. “We are delighted that we can now offer our customers better fuelling service delivery through our excellent partners Eni and TamOil,” says Gertjan Breij, Managing Director DKV EURO SERVICE Benelux.

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DKV Euro Service has been one of the leading service providers to logistics and transport businesses for over 80 years. From cash-free service en route at more than 70,000 brand-independent acceptance points through toll billing to value added tax refunds, DKV offers a host of services for cost optimisation and fleet management across the whole of Europe. DKV is part of the DKV MOBILITY SERVICES Group, which employs around 930 people. In 2017, the Group achieved a turnover of EUR 7.2 billion and operated in 42 countries. Currently more than 3.1 million DKV CARDs and on-board units are used by around 170,000 customers. The DKV CARD was named as the best brand in the fuel and service cards category for the 14th time in a row in 2018.

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