Foreign companies operating in all EU-countries and Norway may have their foreign VAT on goods and services refunded. This includes taxes paid on fuel. With fuel being one of the highest expenses for companies operating in transport and logistics, a quick refund of VAT paid on fuel can make a huge difference to a company’s liquidity. Reclaiming VAT is a …Read More »
High savings on international journeys!
DKV offers a combined fuel and VAT refund service Transport companies making journeys throughout Europe face a complex purchasing situation: diesel net prices, VAT and fuel excise duty rates as well as the level of refundable international tax payments all vary widely. However, if you make sure your purchasing concept takes these issues into consideration, you can definitely save money. …Read More »
Looking back and into the future with managing director Gertjan Breij
”We are on the right road” DKV Euro Service has consistently pursued its strategy of internationalisation for many years by now. Also the latest survey outcomes confirm the potent product portfolio and supreme customer service of mobility service provider DKV. In the following interview, DKV Euro Service Benelux Managing Director Gertjan Breij sets out the importance of not resting on …Read More »
Euro Vignettes, what will change?
Prefer to read this article in Dutch, click here. Most of you will be informed of the start of the new Belgian kilometre levy by 1 April 2016 and about its effects on the current Euro Vignette system. There are several changes you should be aware of, find out what in this article. The below changes have been confirmed for …Read More »
Excise duty increases; find out how to improve your companies liquidity!
Read this article in Dutch. As of the 1st of November the excise duty in Belgium will be raised periodically until 12-12-2015. You may already have noticed the first increase of € 0,002 per liter. Have a look at the table below to see how much the excise duty increases: Accijnsverhoging België Tot 01.11.2015 € 0.0790 Tot 20.11.2015 € 0.0856 …Read More »
How do you deal with Big Data in your organisation?
The past few years saw the coming of a new and increasingly familiar phenomenon: Big Data. What, however, is Big Data? And are you perhaps already, and unconsciously, using Big Data? Big Data is a collective name for all large information currents found within an organisation, to be interpreted plainly as ‘a huge quantity of data’. All of these information …Read More »
What do we require from mobility service providers now?
Increased costs, mainly resulting from external influences in the present economic climate: hauliers both large and small are affected by them. Profitability, financially and in terms of speed, now demands continued mobility. As a haulier, you will undoubtedly have been pondering the question about what other possibilities you might have for keeping your drivers on the road as much as …Read More »