Eurowag's EETS-certified on-board unit enables toll payments in six European countries, now including Czech motorways and first-class roads.
Liquefied natural gas, known as LNG, is currently seen as the only viable alternative to diesel for trucks, especially in heavy long-haul transport. According to the Czech Gas Association, there are 135 registered LNG-powered trucks in the Czech Republic.
Eurowag customers can look forward to faster response times, responsive design and new map features in the client portal.
Acquisition of a leading provider of integrated technology solutions in Poland and Slovenia significantly enhances Eurowag’s scale and product capability, while supporting the development of its digital platform
Emma Copland has a wealth of experience in HR, having previously led HR at RM plc, Centrica and The Bicester Collection amongst others.
Transaction will accelerate Eurowag’s digital platform development by adding invoice discounting, digitalised billing and receivables management capabilities.
The EVA on-board unit allows toll payments in five European countries, telematics and also has protection against refuelling fraud.
The company of Czech founder Martin Vohanka has been included in the FTSE250 stock index of the London Stock Exchange, which takes into account the market capitalisation of companies. Eurowag is listed alongside brands such as Aston Martin and Marks & Spencer.
The second economic transformation is the result of cooperation between signatories from businesses, professional organizations, and the non-profit sector.