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Prague / Lindach, 2 July 2018 – W.A.G. Payment Solutions, also known as Eurowag or EW, a leading provider of payment solutions for road traffic in Europe, has opened a modern truck park in Lindach on the Austrian A1 West Motorway.
The newly built station offers five tank lanes where diesel fuel and AdBlue can be fueled throughout the day from both sides. In addition, the area enjoys 24/7 CCTV camera surveillance that ensures maximum safety for the transported load, vehicles and drivers as well as driver comfort facilities.
The truck park can be reached through the exit 213 Laakirchen.
About the company W.A.G. Payment Solutions, a.s. (W.A.G.)
W.A.G. operates under the brand Eurowag (EW), and is one of the six largest European providers of payment solutions for the supply of trucks on roads. The main shareholder is Martin Vohánka, who founded the company and still manages it today.
W.A.G.'s customers include transport and forwarding companies as well as companies with fleets of cars. More than 250,000 drivers from all over Europe rely on W.A.G.'s payment solutions. In 2016, the company's turnover exceeded €925 million with annual growth of 25 percent. In the same year, TA Associates, one of the world's largest private investment companies, acquired 33 percent of W.A.G.'s shares.
W.A.G. was founded in 1996. The head office is in Prague with regional representatives in Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Macedonia, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey, Estonia, Lithuania, Italy and Ukraine. Further information is available at www.eurowag.com.
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