Learn about the conditions of our continued operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
NIKOSAX continues to stay open as usual. Just like the rest of the world, with great worry, we are keeping an eye on the latest developments in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. We value cooperating with you and would therefore like to inform you about the conditions of our continued operations and our remedies during these challenging times.
We are excited to announce the launch of NIKOSAX’S newly designed website – www.nikosax.dk.
Our goal is to create an interactive, solution-oriented, and user-friendly platform that is tailored to the needs of our current and prospective valued customers and partners.
A New Experience from beginning to end
Our grandmother company, Edenred, has taken another positive step in the consolidation of the still largely fragmented fleet and mobility solutions market in Europe. We are proud to share in this growth which has come about through the acquisition of AirPlus International's 'Road Account client portfolio' by our mother company, UTA UNION TANK Eckstein GmbH & Co. KG.
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NIKOSAX A/S has from August 2018, launched a new Tax- ervice product: “Due Date Excise Duty Refund (DER)”. Under this service, NIKOSAX prefinances excise duty refunds so that customers receive their money shortly after the fulfilment of all requirements without waiting for tax authorities to make disbursements, which can take several months or even years in some cases.
Pursuant to Article 50 of the EU Treaty Brexit kicks in from 29 th March, 2019 but there is little clarity regarding what happens after, or the gravity of its impact on international businesses such as road transport companies. The UK government has stated its intensions to keep procedures as close as possible to what they are now in order to provide continuity and certainty for businesses (GOV.UK, 2018). However, Indications from the governor of the Bank of England and the International Trade Secretary among others suggest that the possibility of the UK leaving the EU without a deal or an understanding of what comes next is very high (TIME Magazine, 2018).