DKV is pushing ahead with the expansion of its LNG supply network and is now offering its customers access to over 230 LNG stations in nine countries. After announcing the acquisition of GreenFlux and the establishment of a partnership with NewMotion in view of EV charging, DKV aims to offer Europe’s largest acceptance network of LNG fuel stations. The latest additions to the above-mentioned network are located in Austria, Sweden and Finland.

As a matter of fact, according to the company, by using LNG freight forwarders and logistics companies can reduce their CO2 emissions by up to 20 percent compared to diesel.

DKV and the LNG supply network: multi-energy fuel stations

«LNG is gaining more and more popularity in the market. In times of energy transition, we want to ‘Lead in Green’ – be the leading provider of sustainable supply solutions for the transport industry», said Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. 

In order to meet the increasing demand in alternative fuels, DKV connects 5,000 fuel stations per year focusing on multi-energy fuel stations that also offer alternative fuels like LNG, CNG, LPG or hydrogen

In February 2021, DKV has started their Green Mission, announcing to become a climate-positive company by 2023 and to reduce carbon intensity of their customers’ fleets by 30 percent until 2030.

The acquisition of Smart Diesel Group in Romania

Besides, DKV Mobility has successfully closed the acquisition of Smart Diesel Group, a leading supplier of comprehensive fueling and refund solutions in Romania.

«This acquisition will benefit both Smart Diesel and DKV Mobility in the long term as we leverage on one another´s strong business competencies and valuable experiences to gain a far more competitive edge in the industry», commented Marco van Kalleveen, CEO of DKV Mobility. «We are delighted that the closing has now been successfully accomplished and that we can now take steps forward with the implementation of our synergetic market approach».

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