This all-day trade congress concerned itself with the most significant trends and current changes in the filling station world. Apart from the exploding fuel prices, the focus was on combustion engines, which will cease to be produced in the near future. The visitors to the congress were sure that the ban on the sale of new vehicles with a combustion engine, set for 2035, will have a long-term impact on the filling station business. That was also reflected in the motto of this 10th anniversary congress, “What will the filling station of the future look like?” Issues such as the mobile recording of time worked, the digitalisation of the filling station office and the challenges involved in the archiving of data were also discussed.
The representatives of eurodata, Martina Sasínková and Georg Conrad-Billroth, and tax advisor Vlastimil Sojka from eurodata’s Czech partner ‘KODAP Group’ were not only able to present solutions to these and other issues, but also to assist with some actual practical examples. In a person-to-person exchange of experience and know-how, it was possible to initiate new business relationships and improve existing cooperations.