9 March 2017 | News
On 9 March 2017, DCB Energy’s unmanned filling station opened at Green Park Aalsmeer on a site measuring 8,169 m2. Strategically located adjacent to the slip roads leading to and from the N201 provincial road, the filling station is close to Green Park Aalsmeer and the Royal FloraHolland flower auction facility, making it easily accessible for flower and other transporters.
J. Biemond, an entrepreneur based in Aalsmeer, was the initiator of this project. The filling station (3,300 m2) is operated by DCB Energy, a subsidiary of the D.C. Berkel Groep, a family business that was founded in 1961 and which has its head office in Spijkenisse.
DCB Energy is dedicated to making the mobility and transport sector more sustainable and supports various initiatives focused on sustainable mobility. One of the ways it does this is by designing many of its filling stations to accommodate more sustainable fuels such as AdBlue, CNG, Biodiesel, Diesel NRG, as well as LNG, LCNG, electric and hydrogen facilities in the near future. With a network of over 250 locations in the Benelux, and having recently added a few in Germany, the DCB EnergyCard network offers full coverage within Europe’s Blue Corridor.
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