Inntaler Logistik-Park (ILP) opens second fuel station in Austria

The operator of the new location in Niederndorf promises truck drivers short waiting times and quick turnarounds

Inntaler Logistik-Park (ILP) opens second fuel station in Austria

Inntaler Logistik-Park (ILP) GmbH has opened its second fuel station on the Inntal motorway. From now on, truck drivers in the Austrian town of Niederndorf, located close to the border, can refuel their vehicles with diesel, biodiesel and AdBlue at four pumps.

Especially for drivers with imminent longer tours in Germany, this offer is interesting. From the Inntal motorway – this segment is in Germany – they have to cross the bridge over the Inn after the motorway exit to reach the new ILP station in Austria.

“We guarantee short waiting times and quick turnarounds within 300 meters of the motorway,” says ILP Station Manager Norbert Perner. “Truck drivers can pay with standard fuel cards and the Inntaler Card, which guarantees exclusive discounts.”

With the new station, the ILP wants to relieve their headquarters in Kufstein, which is one of the most frequented large filling stations in Austria with 14 pumps. Every working day, more than 250 articulated trucks drive to this location. In addition to tank services, the station offers a truck checkpoint, where the driver can make a digital tire check for free and measure the axle and total weight. The use of the toilet is also free of charge. Showers, water and snack dispensers are also available.

The Inntaler Logistics Park (ILP) GmbH is a company of the Dettendorfer Group, which has made a name for itself above all with sophisticated solutions for full and less than full load transports. Individual transport and logistics systems have been developed for numerous customers in the steel, paper, wood, food, beverage and automotive industries. Dettendorfer has also been operating in waste management logistics for years with innovative circular economy and recycling solutions. With group sales of EUR 263 million (2017), the company employs around 550 people at 13 locations in Europe and operates its own truck fleet with 211 tractors and 398 semi-trailers.;