Raiffeisen Card accepted at over 600 petrol stations
With the Raiffeisen Card, drivers can make cashless payments at over 600 petrol stations in Germany. Currently, 207 Raiffeisen stations, operated by 54 co-operatives, are among the points of acceptance within this network.
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"The Raffeisen Card can therefore be used in one of Germany's biggest medium-level petrol station networks," states Carsten Kippschnieder, Head of the Petrol Station Business at AGRAVIS.
AGRAVIS is working with the co-operative petrol station operators in the Raiffeisen-Card GbR interest group. The interest group also acts as the voice of the Raffeisen Group when collaborating with the German Petrol Station Network (Tankstellen-Netz-Deutschland or TND), at whose stations the Raffeisen Card is accepted as a payment method. "Our work with the TND is still going as smoothly as ever," Kippschnieder emphasises. The acceptance network has continued to grow over the past few months, and subsequently, so has the attractiveness of the Raiffeisen Card. This has proven to be advantageous to both the commercial and the private customers of the co-operative partners involved.
Petrol station network becomes even larger and more attractive
At the most recent shareholders' meeting, IG Raiffeisen Card members were pleased to note that the number of so-called 'fill-ups at external stations' was also growing, meaning that the card is not only used at local petrol stations. The network idea has now become part of everyday practice. The new TND app offers customers user-friendly functions and information. Carsten Kippschnieder is confident that the petrol station network will continue to grow and attract more and more customers. "For the Raiffeisen Card this means that its popularity as a handy payment method accepted all over Germany will also increase."
Those interested can obtain the Raiffeisen Card from participating co-operatives.