When buying a lorry, it’s important to take into account a few different things: whether it’ll be a new or second-hand lorry, what is going to be transported, what it must have before deciding which one to go for…

At Andamur, we help you to take this significant step in your career so that you can choose the option that best suits your needs.

New or second hand lorry?

When it comes to buying a lorry, as with any vehicle, there are several options; new lorries and second hand lorries that could be a good opportunity and adapt to what you are looking for.

If you opt for a new lorry, go to a dealership and let the professionals guide you in choosing the right vehicle. There are plenty of options, it’s just a matter of finding the perfect lorry for you and your needs.

However, if you prefer a second-hand one, the first thing to keep in mind is that, when talking about ‘second-hand’, we have to differentiate between second-hand vehicles and used vehicles.

Used lorries are pre-owned vehicles that have had only one owner and have a mileage of less than 15,000 km. They’re usually very well maintained and in perfect condition in most cases.

Although it is common to use the term ‘second hand’ to refer to all vehicles that are not brand new; when we talk about second hand lorries we’re referring to all those that are not purchased at a dealership; the seller is a private individual and the lorry has more mileage and is older than semi-new vehicles. These vehicles have to be checked and inspected more thoroughly to detect possible faults and breakdowns.

If you have difficulty choosing the right lorry and you don’t know whether to buy a new, second-hand or used lorry, it’s important to consider the following questions posed by the Hauler Academy:

  • What type of goods will I be transporting? Transporting cargo that requires refrigeration is not the same as transporting cargo that does not. This conditions the choice of the type of lorry.
  • How heavy is the load I am going to transport? If you’re going to transport a very heavy load, you must ensure that the lorry you want to buy will support that weight.
  • What routes is the lorry going to travel? This is important to know if you need a 2-point or 4-point drive.
  • How many kilometers will the lorry travel each year? A key fact when it comes to choosing whether to buy a lorry with a diesel engine, alternative fuels or eco-fuels.

If, after asking yourself these questions you still have doubts as to the type of lorry to go for, Andamur will explain some of the advantages and disadvantages of new lorries and second-hand and used lorries.

New lorries

  • Advantages: longer life, guaranteed good performance, state-of-the-art equipment and longer warranty.
  • Disadvantages: more expensive, less cost-effective insurance and higher depreciation once on the road.

Second-hand and used lorries

  • Advantages: lower cost, cheaper insurance, reduced taxes and immediate availability.
  • Disadvantages: higher maintenance and more prone to breakdowns.

Tips for buying a second hand lorry

If you’ve already decided to go for a second-hand (or used) lorry, here are some tips to keep in mind when choosing one.

  • Take into account the age of the lorry
  • Check the mileage
  • Inspect the lorry thoroughly inside and out: look for any noticeable faults or leaks, examine the condition of the bodywork and interior, check the brakes and steering.…
  • Test the vehicle. If out on the road, all the better.
  • Get good professional advice
  • Don’t be hasty. Compare different lorries before you take the plunge and buy one.


Whichever option you go for, good luck! At Andamur, we’d like to accompany you and help you on each journey because, as you well know, #EveryJourneyMatters



At Andamur, we are committed to promoting healthy living and sports. That is why we take actions that are focused on caring for drivers and for our customers, such as offering quality healthy food in the restaurants of our Service Areas, making sport available to our customers by providing facilities such as the gym in the Andamur La Junquera Service Area, and offering tips for exercising in the cab of the truck.

Supporting local sport is essential to demonstrate our commitment to health. For this reason, Andamur is sponsoring 6 local sports teams close to each of our service areas this year.

  • Andamur La Junquera: U.E La Jonquera
  • Andamur Lorca: C.B. Lumbreras LUA
  • Andamur El Límite: Huércal Overa C.F
  • Andamur Guarromán: Íberos Rugby Linares
  • Andamur Pamplona: CD Ibararte
  • Andamur San Román: Agurain Kirol Elkartea S.D Salvatierra

In addition to the 6 sports teams, we also sponsor 3 sporting events held in Lorca and Llers:

  • Peña Rubia Trail Lorca
  • Media Maratón Lorca
  • Carrera BTT LLERS, Gerona

Our commitment to the community and healthy living

Through these actions, Andamur supports the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, on Good Health and Well-being, – ‘To ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’.

In addition, we are committed to society and every day we aim to build a healthier world. This action is part of our CSR Plan #WeTakeCareOfWhatMatters, where we demonstrate our social commitment.

<<We have more than 700 stations in 9 European countries>>

Aware of how important it is for our customers to be able to plan their journeys properly, in 2021 we significantly expanded our Service Station Network, our own and partner stations alike, contributing to optimising mileage and time.

These new strategic points are in addition to the existing national and international ones. In Spain, we’ve gone from the 43 stations we had at the beginning of 2021 to the 64 that currently serve our customers. 21 new stations in Spain that boost our presence on the main transport routes, with stations in all the autonomous communities of the mainland.

Internationally, we have more than 700 stations across 9 European countries. In this respect, it should be noted that we are not only committed to expanding our network, we are confident that each of our partner stations, in Spain and across Europe, will meet the required needs and quality standards. For Andamur, one of our fundamental pillars is based on the driver’s well-being and the optimisation of the products and services we offer our customers.

2021 was successful not only because we expanded our partner network, but also because we had the opportunity to inaugurate Andamur La Junquera-Llers, Europe’s largest truck-only service area, and where, once again, we value our customers’ time, with an agile and simple service that allows ultra-fast refuelling.

What’s more, in summer 2021, we launched La Junquera AND>GO, our first car-only service station. It is a new service station concept, but with all the hallmarks of Andamur’s quality and safety levels. It was set up to cater to French and national tourism crossing the border.

At Andamur, aware of the importance of fostering sustainable mobility and, in response to the growing demand in the transport industry, we are committed to multi-energy, with a significant increase in our network in the last year. We currently have a total of 20 multi-energy stations, 7 of them in Spain and the other 13 across Europe.

Of the 7 stations in our national network, 4 are self-run. At Andamur Guarromán, our customers can access LNG, CNG and electric chargers, with a total of 10 chargers and a power of 120 Kw so vehicles can be charged in 30 minutes. At Andamur San Román and Andamur Pamplona, we have electric chargers with 3 fast charging points and 50 kW power, thanks to which an electric vehicle can be charged in just a few minutes: 80% of the battery capacity is charged in roughly between 15 and 20 minutes. Our latest addition as an EV charging station is Andamur La Junquera, where last February, together with Endesa X, we inaugurated 8 ultra-fast recharging points and a power of 350 kW, making it our first ultra-fast charging point with a total power of 1.4 MW. We also have two LNG dispensers.

The 13 multi-energy stations of our International Network are spread across France, Belgium and Poland: 4 of them are equipped with electric chargers and 12 with LNG dispensers, 7 of which also dispense CNG.

There is no doubt that 2021 was a significant year of expansion and growth. In 2022, Andamur is as enthusiastic as ever, going to great lengths to continue with this implantation in the market and to continue growing and providing our customers with the best possible service at their  stops en route.




Given the current critical situation in Ukraine, we at Andamur wanted to do our bit and help in any way we could to improve the situation and ensure things reach their destination as soon as possible.

We have therefore participated in several initiatives to cover the cost of fuel for five lorries travelling to the Polish-Ukrainian border.

First of all, we wanted to contribute to the initiative of the University of Murcia (UMU) involving two lorries full of charitable donations.

The project was initiated by Ukrainian students at the UMU with the aim of delivering 24,000 kilos of material donations in each lorry to the border between Poland and Ukraine for the Ukrainian population. The lorries contain clothes, blankets, baby products, non-perishable food and sanitary material donated by UMU students and staff.

Secondly, in conjunction with the Segura Food Bank and the Association of Ukrainians of the Region of Murcia, we have participated in an initiative that has sent two more lorries to the Polish-Ukrainian border, each carrying between 20,000 and 25,000 kilos of food and basic necessities.

Finally, the fifth lorry has set out on its journey thanks to an initiative of the Chamber of Commerce of Lorca, to which many citizens, companies and entities in the area have contributed to ensure that this charity convoy reaches those who need it most.


Andamur engages with these kinds of initiatives as part of our CSR plan #CuidamosLoLoQueImporta (We Protect What Matters to Us), under the Leadership and Future strand which includes Social Commitment. This plan sees us working on specific actions throughout the year and in exceptional situations such as the Covid-19 pandemic and now with the serious situation in Ukraine.



Like every 8th March since 2019, at Andamur we want to make the work of female truck drivers more visible for International Women’s Day. That’s why, for the 4th year running, we are launching the #I’mAFemaleTruckDriver campaign, under the slogan “Strong, Able, Truck Drivers: WOMEN”.

Although the professional transport sector is mostly made up of men, more and more women are choosing this profession to become professional drivers and fight against gender inequalities. According to data from the European Commission Women in Transport-EU Platform for Change, 22% of transport professionals in Europe are women.

Andamur and International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day and our commitment to equality and the visibility of women in the workplace, every year at Andamur we launch our #I’mATruckDriver campaign and carry out a series of actions in our service areas and social media.

In 2020, we had the opportunity to hear the story of three women truck drivers: Cruz, Vanessa and Luz. In this series of videos entitled Truck Drivers. They told us about their beginnings, the difficulties and situations they have experienced working as women, their passion for professional transport… Also, in 2021 we were able to learn about the perspective of their truck driving colleagues by telling us about their professional experience with them, the value of women in this sector and how they see the future of women in their profession..

This year, the main stars of the video are very different but still very important to them: they are the sons and daughters of the truck drivers telling us about the work that their mothers do. With this, we want to know how they see their mothers’ profession, how they value their work and how they feel when they start a new route or when they know they are coming home.

This week, our Service Areas have dressed up for the occasion. Also, truck drivers who refuel at our stations on 8th March will receive a gift, which has become something of a tradition. This time it is a sweatshirt with the campaign slogan.

These International Women’s Day initiatives are part of our CSR Plan #TakingCareOfWhatMatters, in which we are committed to making the daily lives of professional drivers easier. And this week we are focussing on women.

With the International Women’s Day campaign and our commitment to an inclusive and diverse corporate culture, at Andamur we are working and doing our bit to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5 on Gender Equality established by the UN.

On February 2, new European Union regulations on the movement of drivers came into force. These regulations state that road transport operators that conduct international trips are obliged to declare their drivers trips in advance.

The declarations of the trips are completed using an online portal developed by the European Commission where road transport operators must create an account. The platform is called Road Transport – Posting Declaration and the road transport operator must upload the declaration of the drivers trip and other documents required by the authorities of the territories where the driver is going to, (proof of remuneration during the trip, payment of wages, driver’s hours records, employment contract, etc.). Companies have eight weeks from their application to submit the required documents.

With the introduction of this new regulation, it is important to know when a driver conducts a trip, and whether this declaration is required.

What is considered a trip?

A trip by the driver occurs when operations are conducted between EU member countries, as long as they are not the country in which the road transport operator is established:

  • Cross trade. Transport operations between two countries other than the country in which the road transport operator is established, or between an EU member state and a third country. For example, if a Spanish company conducts international transport between France and Poland, or if it conducts international transport between France and Russia.
  • Temporary national transport operations conducted by a road transport operator from an EU member state, in the territory of another EU member state.

What is not considered a trip?

You do not have to declare a trip in the following cases:

  • Bilateral transport operations. The country of loading or unloading of the cargo is the state in which the road transport operator is established. For example, if a Spanish company loads or unloads cargo in Spain.
  • Transit operations through the territory of an EU member state, without conducting any loading or unloading activity. For example, a Spanish road transport operator carries out a movement from France to Poland, crossing through Germany, but not carrying out any operation within German territory.
  • In the initial or final leg of a combined transport operation.
  • In bilateral transport operations, if when crossing a transit country, it is loaded or unloaded, but not loaded or unloaded in the same country (the transit country). For example, when a Spanish road transport operator loads cargo in Spain destined for Germany and when passing through France, it unloads, continuing the trip without carrying out any internal transport in this country.


With this new regulation, the platforms of the countries in which this declaration previously had to be made, such as France, Germany, or Belgium, will disappear, allowing better control of movements throughout Europe.

  • Endesa X and Andamur have chosen La Junquera, a strategic location with a high flow of traffic between Spain and the rest of Europe, to launch these first eight ultra-fast 350 kW recharging points, which take an estimated time of between 3 and 10 minutes to recharge a battery for 100km.
  • This new recharging area is the third such facility that Endesa X has installed in our service stations, out of a total of five planned under the agreement signed between the two companies in 2019. Apart from La Junquera, our other service areas with charging infrastructure are Andamur San Román (Álava) and Andamur Pamplona in the Ciudad del Transporte (Navarre).
  • We consider this partnership with Endesa X to be an important step within our strategy, which is based on providing our customers with multi-energy service areas, thus responding to the demand for new sustainable transport energy solutions.
  • As part of its infrastructure development plan, Endesa X has already rolled out more than 3,000 recharging points in Spain for all kinds of technologies.


Today saw the launch of our first ultra-fast recharging area with a total power of 1.4 MW, in partnership with Endesa X, Endesa’s energy services and electric vehicles company division. The service area chosen for the installation is Andamur La Junquera, a major traffic hub and one of the main access points between Spain and the rest of Europe. As such, it is a strategic location and, by providing ultra-fast charging on one of the country’s main transport corridors, the AP7, it is key to making long road journeys possible for electric vehicle users. The power capacity of these facilities allows you to recharge a battery for 100km in an estimated time of between 3 and 10 minutes, depending on the charging capacity of the vehicle and the percentage of battery it has at the time of recharging.


The event was attended by the deputy mayor of La Junquera, Rafael Medinilla; the director general of Endesa in Catalonia, Isabel Buesa; Miguel Ángel López, CEO of Andamur, and Manuel Muñoz, Endesa X’s director of public infrastructure for electric vehicles.


This new charging hub, located in our Andamur La Junquera service area, very close to the French border, will allow up to eight vehicles to be charged simultaneously, thanks to its four ultra-fast technology stations (350 kW). Each station has two connectors (two cables) with the European CCS Combo charging standard.


Any electric vehicle which uses this type of charger will be able to use the new facilities. The characteristics of the car itself will determine the power, and therefore the charging speed, at which they can be used.


According to Manuel Muñoz, Director of Endesa X’s Public Access Infrastructure Plan: “We continue to work to facilitate electric transport for all users, and not only in cities, where we have installed different charging systems for all types of uses in car parks, shopping centres, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, etc. We are also committed to providing ultra-fast recharging on the road, so that users have no hesitation when it comes to making long-distance journeys. This facility in La Junquera is a clear example of how we tailor our services to meet the needs of each location and we are delighted to have partnered with Andamur in this respect.


For Miguel Ángel López, CEO of Andamur: “The installation of Endesa X’s 350kW ultrafast recharging hub in a location as significant for us as Andamur La Junquera sees us reaching a new milestone that reaffirms our vision. Our company’s commitment to innovation and the environment is one of the fundamental principles on which our strategy has been based in recent years. In addition, we are helping to make the electric vehicle customer experience at our service areas increasingly similar to that of a conventional vehicle. At Andamur, we specialise in professional transport and heavy vehicles, and our agreement with Endesa X allows us to enhance our commitment to sustainable transport in our service areas, installing the best facilities and making them available to electric vehicle users as well”.

This new recharging hub is the third that Endesa X has installed in our service areas, with a total of five planned for the time being. All of them are strategically located around the country.


The station installed at Andamur La Junquera is part of the AMBRA-Electrify Europe Project (2017-IT-TM-0110-W), funded by the European Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility Programme (CEF Transport) and the European Investment Bank (EIB).


How do I use the chargers?

As regards the recharging process, you can book, use and pay for the service quickly and easily via the Endesa X Juicepass app. Users can download the app to their mobile phone and use it to manage the charging of their electric vehicle (pay, book up to 15 minutes in advance, etc.). They can also use it to select different tariffs according to their needs, with the option of monthly charging and pay-per-use tariffs, meaning that they only pay for what they charge.


The app is available on iOs and Android and users can register using their Facebook or Google account, or by providing an email address. Registering also allows you to access special charging rates and you can create your own account with your preferences and payment methods, which will facilitate subsequent charges. In any case, registering on the app is optional and you can always choose to use it without registering and pay directly with your credit card, through the app.


Chargers throughout Spain


Endesa X’s recharging network consists of almost 3,000 public access recharging points in cities, rural areas and on roads. In the latter environment, the main roads have been covered, with more than 400 recharging points already operational, thanks to agreements such as the one signed with Andamur. Endesa X’s objective is to continue to install charging services for all power classes, with a roll-out plan that takes into account all customer usage habits and therefore charging capacities. In addition to ultra-fast and fast charging, Endesa X is investing in facilities in hospitals, hotels, car parks, cinemas, restaurants and shopping centres, where the average stay is more than two hours. The development of electric transport is one of the cornerstones of Endesa’s strategic plan, presented to the market late last year.


Andamur and sustainable transport

Our commitment to the environment and sustainable transport is clear. We work to give our customers the energy they need, now and in the future. Traditional fuel, NGV and Electricity are options available to our customers at some of our multi-energy service areas. It is worth noting that we are the first company in the sector to obtain Carbon Footprint Verification. Furthermore, in our search for new alternative forms of energy, we are committed to Green Hydrogen, and we are founding members of AHMUR, the Green Hydrogen Sector Association of the Region of Murcia.





<< With the “One refuel, one tree” campaign on 5th June, World Environment Day, we are fostering the growth of our Corporate Forest through the cooperation of our customers>>


At Andamur, as well as our commitment to people, we are committed to our surroundings and to the future of our planet. We have already taken a wide range of actions to reduce our carbon footprint.

One of our biggest concerns is the creation of forests.

In collaboration with the Bosqueo2 Association, over the last 4 years Andamur has been carrying out a significant reforestation project on the Alagüeces public estate, located in the Lorca district of Zarzadilla de Totana in the Region of Murcia. During this time, a total of 1,250 native-specie trees have been planted. The Andamur team has played an exemplary role with various plantations which they themselves have planted and sponsored; seeing for themselves the enormous value that trees provide to our environment.

Andamur’s fight to protect the planet and improve our environment is made possible by all the advantges the Andamur Forest provides to our planet:

  • It will absorb 50 tonnes of CO2 per year in the medium term to offset emissions while limiting our carbon footprint.
  • Fights against the desertification of our region by planting tree and shrub species that protect and generate soil.
  • Benefits the biodiversity of the environment through the variety of species planted.
  • Increased presence of fauna, thanks to the planting of valuable species such as wild olive, Mediterranean Buckthorn, blackthorn and mastic trees.
  • Promotes greater food supply for fauna.
  • Generates seeds that can spread naturally and expand their presence in the immediate environment.
  • More resilience and regeneration capacity in the face of future episodes of drought, pests or fires thanks to the reforestation carried out with different native species. The Andamur forest is equipped to deal with the climate change that threatens us.


The reforestation work has been carried out with the utmost rigour and monitoring. Anti-fauna protectors, relief irrigation, choice of species, in order to achieve the settlement of the greatest number of trees in a semi-arid and complicated environment where drought is common.

It should be noted that this project has included 25 specimens of the Cartagena Sabina (Tetraclinis articulata), a species found in North Africa, with a presence in the Cartagena mountain ranges, where, due to the mild temperatures, it has a unique population in continental Europe. The Highlands of Lorca are a territory where winters normally record low temperatures, which makes it difficult for species such as this one to settle and difficult for them to reproduce. Nevertheless, climate change is leading to increasingly frequent warm spells throughout the year. For this reason, these 25 specimens planted in December 2021 will be monitored to check their behaviour in this new scenario.

However, the Andamur Forest is not the only one, as we are managing the implementation of similar actions in other provinces where we have service stations such as in Gerona, Jaén, and Navarre. All as a result of the World Environment Day “One refuel, one tree” campaign on 5th June, when, every time a vehicle is refuelled at our stations, a tree will be planted as part of the 2022 planting campaign.

In the new planting zones, the Andamur team from the nearest Service Areas such as Andamur La Junquera and Andamur La Junquera-Llers (Gerona), Andamur Guarromán (Jaén), Andamur Pamplona (Navarre) and Andamur San Román (Álava) will play an important role in the planting just like their colleagues at Andamur El Límite (Almería) and Andamur Lorca (Murcia) and their colleagues from the headquarters.  Therefore, by the end of the year, we will have several Andamur Forests around the country.

This initiative is part of our #WeLookAfterWhatMatters CSR Plan, which strives to protect the environment. Protecting the environment is everyone’s business; and the benefits of the Andamur Forest are proof that every step we take counts.

At Andamur, we are striving to continue doing our bit to ensure the best future for our planet and play our part in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG 13 Climate Action and SDG 15 Life on Land.

35 years ago, the Andamur Family started providing hauliers with everything they needed while driving around Europe.

This year, we are celebrating our 35th anniversary. 35 years in which commitment, complicity and improvement have been constant in every step of Andamur’s journey. A journey we set off on in 1987 and in which we have undertaken to ensure the safety and well-being of hauliers at every turn, at every stop.

To celebrate these 35 years, throughout 2022 we’ll share a total of 35 reasons to place your trust in Andamur in video format. This year, we’ll be giving a voice to everyone that accompanies us on this special journey. Founders, customers, partners, employees, associations, etc.…

Our history

Our journey got underway in 1987 with the El Límite Service Area in Huércal-Overa (Almería) opened by Mª Dolores  Sánchez  and  Fulgencio  López, together with their son Juan Carlos López.

In 1996, we expanded to La Junquera (Catalonia), setting up what is now believed to be the most strategic enclave on international road transport routes with a wide range of services such as secure parking, supermarket, showers and even the first Service Area to have a gym. Here we created a real ‘home away from home’ for professionals of all nationalities and cultures.

Around the same time, we launched the Andamur Card: the first private bank card for professional hauliers.

Slowly but surely, the Andamur brand branched out to other strategic national and international locations, with the aim of providing the best service and accompanying our customers on their journeys. Currently, our network has more than 700 service stations in 9 European countries.

As a company, our secret is to remember where we came from by holding onto the values and essence of our origins.

At Andamur, we recognise how tough road transport can be and demonstrate this every time a driver refuels, buys a product or uses one of our services. We have one purpose in mind: to make our drivers feel at home at Andamur.

We’ve recently opened Andamur La Junquera – Llers, the largest Service Area for lorries in Europe where hauliers can make the most of their time. It has 36 multi-product lanes with 6 hoses so several lorries can refuel with different products at the same time which, in turn, cuts down on waiting and refuelling times.

At Andamur, Every Trip Matters and, over the course of the last 35 years, there have been many reasons that have united us with those who accompany us day after day along the way.


#EveryTripMatters   #35ReasonsThatUniteUs

<< Andamur La Junquera-Llers is strategically located and designed in order to reduce refuelling times and optimise transport itineraries>>

At Andamur, we are committed to giving our customers everything they need on each of their journeys, as well as providing them with a wide range of haulier-oriented services across a network of more than 700 service stations.

This is the objective which drives our daily efforts and which led us to develop one of our most ambitious projects, the creation of the largest truck service area in Europe Service Area Andamur La Junquera – Llers (Girona).

In 1996, we established one of our flagship stations at La Junquera and now, 25 years later, we have fulfilled our dream of creating a unique Service Area with special features, designed with the aim of optimising travel for professional truck drivers.

With this new venture, Andamur has managed to ensure that, in a specific geographical area in the province of Girona, in two locations in close proximity to each other, our customers will be able to choose between two completely different service area options.

Andamur La Junquera provides a multitude of services to meet the needs of drivers during their stops: security car park, restaurant, shop, supermarket, laundry, showers and gym, among others.

On the other hand, when they need fast, optimal and efficient refuelling, and do not require the use of additional services, at Andamur La Junquera-Llers they can refuel quickly and continue on their way.

Strategic location of Andamur La Junquera – Llers .

The new Andamur Service Area is located at a point of particular interest for professional transport: 20 kilometres from the French border, just 12 kilometres from La Junquera and 200 metres from Exit 3 of the AP7 toll road.

Andamur La Junquera – Llers will have a total of 36 multi-product lanes by 2022. As of today, 16 lanes are operational.

What’s more, Andamur La Junquera-LLers boasts a system with six simultaneous lines, which means several products can be refuelled at the same time, thus reducing waiting and refuelling times to a minimum, allowing a lorry to be refuelled in approximately eight minutes (Fast Service).

This minimum refuelling time is possible thanks to the fact that at Andamur we are aware of “The Value of Your Time”, the value of the time of each of our customers, of the transport companies and of the hundreds of drivers who cover distances of thousands of kilometres.

 Optimise journeys.

 The main objective of the short refuelling times at Andamur La Junquera -LLers is to optimise our customers’ journeys, which has a positive effect on professional drivers as they can continue on their way with greater peace of mind, make the most of every minute of their time and devote the time left over to other things of their choosing.

The benefits that stops at Andamur La Junquera-LLers can bring also extend to transport companies, where the reduction in refuelling time is directly related to more efficient and shorter journeys and the faster arrival of goods at their destinations.

With the aim of providing our customers with everything they need on their journeys, Andamur La Junquera – Llers provides a 24-hour service, seven days per week.  Payment at the station is automated for greater convenience. Free wi-fi is also available.

At Andamur, we understand that every journey matters and we are aware of the value of our customers’ time. With this in mind, Andamur La Junquera-LLers was created, where ‘The Value of Your Time’, of our customers’ time, is the most important thing.