DKV Euro Service, one of the leading B2B mobility service providers in Europe, has appointed Jesper Erichsen as new Chief Operating Officer (COO) with effect from 1 January 2020. The position was newly created. Within the management team, Erichsen is responsible for Operations, IT and Project Management Office. He reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of DKV, Peter Meier.

“In Jesper Erichsen, we have been able to acquire an absolute top manager as COO”, says CEO Marco van Kalleveen. “As a highly-respected industry expert, he will help us achieve our ambitious growth goals.”

Danish national Jesper Erichsen was most recently CIO Advisor at Belron International, the world’s leading glass repair and replacement group. Before that, Erichsen had been the CIO of LeasePlan. His previous roles included the position of CIO at TNT Express, and at DSV, another transportation and logistics company, where he worked to integrate systems as DSV grew rapidly through acquisition. He has also been the CIO and held senior management positions at Arla Foods, a Denmark-based global dairy company, as well as a management consultant for Deloitte.

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About DKV Euro Service

DKV Euro Service has been one of the leading mobility service providers for the logistics and transport industry for over 85 years. DKV offers a comprehensive range of services for the optimization and control of commercial vehicle fleets throughout Europe, from cashless on-the-road supply to over 80,000 cross-brand acceptance points to toll invoicing and VAT refunds. DKV is part of the DKV MOBILITY SERVICES Group with over 1,000 employees. In 2018, the group generated a turnover of 8.6 billion euros and was active in 42 countries. More than 3.7 million DKV CARDs and on-board units are currently in use with around 200,000 customers. In 2018, DKV CARD was awarded best brand in the fuel and service card category for the 14th time in a row.

DKV has appointed Jesper Erichsen (on the right, together with CEO Marco van Kalleveen) as

new Chief Operations Officer (COO) with effect from 1 January 2020.