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Göteborg, Sweden, February 19, 2019. Groeneveld ICT Solutions, the leading Dutch Fleet Management Systems provider, changes its name to Vehco. Since August 2018, Groeneveld ICT Solutions has been a part of Vehco Group and is now under the same brand. Through one strong brand, Vehco can now operate more efficiently throughout the different markets in Europe.

Vehco, part of AddSecure, today announced that Groeneveld ICT Solutions, a leading Dutch supplier of telematics and transport management software for a wide range of transport companies in Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France and Spain, changes its name to Vehco. By integrating Groeneveld ICT Solutions’ operations and changing the name to Vehco, the Vehco Group is taking one step further of becoming the European leader in Fleet Management to heavy trucks.

Through the use of the strong Vehco brand on all markets, the Vehco Group accelerates the growth and strengthens the company’s overall competitiveness and services in Europe.

Strengthens the brand

"As Vehco continues to strengthen its position in Europe as a leading provider of systems for Fleet Management, we see it as a natural step to rebrand Groeneveld ICT Solutions to Vehco to benefit from our strong brand in all countries," says Magnus Orrebrant, CEO of Vehco.

 “We are thrilled to be part of an expansive European group and the strong Vehco brand. Our customers will benefit from Vehco’s innovation capabilities and expertise and we look forward to support the growth and work in the Vehco team”, says Chris Hardijk, Country Manager Benelux at Vehco"

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