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22 mar 21

DKV expands mobility offering in Benelux

Fuel card provider DKV has announced a new partnership with Leasys in Belgium and another one for the Benelux countries with Blue Current, a manufacturer of EV charging stations for the home or the workplace.

Leasys Belgium

Leasys Belgium, a subsidiary of FCA Bank and now part of the Stellantis group, will provide all workers with a DKV service card, offering them access to over 100,000 fuel stations.

Antonella Perrone, Procurement Manager at Leasys Belgium, said: “We wanted to have the possibility to offer not only our employees but also our customers the services of a very reliable partner. Userfriendliness, a good price/quality ratio and a pan-European access were the three pillars to go for DKV.”

Blue Current

DKV also signed an agreement with Blue Current, multiplying the options for EV chargers at home and at the office.

The deal allows DKV to expand the charger offering beyond Germany to the Benelux countries. DKV aims to offer a full charging solution to enable electric drive across the continent. To date, DKV cards can already be used for electric charging and related services in 23 countries.

DKV offers chargers that can be installed at offices, factories and distribution centres (the @work package) and at the homes of employees (@home).

Since it entered the market in 2014, Blue Current has established itself as a manufacturer of hardware and software for AC chargers up to 22kW. Blue Current chargers can be installed as a “hidden” solution in which most of the installation is built into the meter cupboard and only the charging cable remains visible.

Image: Hidden charger (source: Blue Current)

Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck