Network for clean fuels expanded to 220 stations in Germany, The Netherlands and Sweden.
Ratingen, 27.01.2022. European mobility service provider DKV Mobility and OrangeGas (OG) – a fuel company which focuses on clean fuels such as CNG, HVO, H2, LNG and E-mobility – have recently inked an agreement. As of now, DKV Mobility customers will have access to 220 OG fuel stations in Germany, The Netherlands and Sweden.
“To expand our clean fuels acceptance network is an important step for DKV Mobility and our customers”, says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. “We are proud to cooperate with OG, a highly professional partner for clean fuels like CNG, HVO, H2, LNG and E-mobility.”
“With DKV mobility we have found a partner that has a strong and extensive International fuel card network,” says Wijtze Bakker, Head Network Development at OG. “We are pleased with this valuable partnership between OG and DKV Mobility offering customers of DKV Mobility access to our network with clean fuels.”
OG (OrangeGas) believes in a future with a mix of clean fuels. Due to our network of more than 220 filling stations in Europe, OG has become the fastest growing player in the sustainable mobility sector. These clean fuels include Bio-CNG, Bio-LNG, EV, Hydrogen and HVO100.
DKV Mobility is one of the leading mobility service providers for the logistics and transport industry for over 85 years and currently has over 1,400 employees. From cashless on-the-road services at cross-brand acceptance points to toll collection and VAT reimbursement, DKV Mobility offers a comprehensive range of services to optimize and manage vehicle fleets across Europe. In 2020, the company generated a transaction volume of €9.3 billion. Currently, more than 5.1 million DKV CARDs and on-board units are in use by over 213,000 active customers. In 2021, the DKV CARD was named best brand in the fuel and service card category for the 17th time in a row