AVIA Netherlands and DKV Mobility have signed an agreement in the field of electric charging. As a result, the B2B platform for payment solutions expands the network through subsidiary GreenFlux, which manages DKV Mobility's entire range of charging services, with 200 new AVIA charging points.
The collaboration makes the chargers accessible with dkv's charging card, but also via the payment function 'DKV APP&GO' within the company's app.
Sven Mehringer, director of energy and vehicle service at DKV Mobility, is pleased with the agreement with AVIA, which he believes has been a trusted partner for conventional fuels for many years. "This collaboration results in a significant increase in the number of available charging points for our customers in the Netherlands."
Susan Kuijpers, managing director of AVIA Nederland, is also enthusiastic about the move. "AVIA is very pleased to offer DKV Mobility access to its fast-growing charging network in the Netherlands and to support DKV Mobility's customers on their journey through the energy transition."