The mobility service provider DKV Mobility has recently expanded its supply network in Spain by 704 service stations of the Cepsa brand. 44 of the stations connected are suitable for trucks and located along the most important transit routes – e.g. at the highways along the Mediterranean coast and the Portuguese border as well as the Irún and La Jonquera transport hubs near the French border. The remaining 660 fleet-suitable stations are located in urban areas. By connecting the Cepsa service stations, DKV’s supply network in Spain now grows to around 4,500 stations.
"We are very pleased to be able to connect Cepsa stations to our network" says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Fuel/Energy and Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. "Cepsa is well known for its high-quality energy solutions for transport and its variety of products and services at its stations – no matter if truck- or fleet-suitable – are strategically very well positioned.”
“We are very satisfied with the new commercial partnership between Cepsa and DKV, one of the main players in payment methods for professional customers in Europe” says Javier López-Aranguren, Head of Sales and Means of Payment for the Professional segment at Cepsa. “We look forward to maintain a long-lasting collaboration with DKV in Spain, by offering the best service now also to customers with DKV card.”
By partnering with Cepsa, DKV can offer its customers in Spain an even more attractive supply network. Cepsa’s Service Stations are focused to meeting the needs of transport professionals: they have essential services such as parking or large capacity pumps for a more agile supply, as well as they offer a comfortable place to stop and take a break, apart from offering a high-quality fuel product. No matter if those customers are driving exclusively nationally or internationally, no matter if they are hauliers or commercial car fleet operators. The Cepsa stations connected are already active and can be found via the DKV APP and the free route planner DKV MAPS.