Drones, electric vehicles, autonomous robots and green transport methods are slowly replacing traditional delivery trucks to handle last-mile logistics

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    Trucks, trailers, goods, and even drivers can now be tracked using geolocation

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    A regional tax would risk further jeopardizing the principle of free movement of goods

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    Michelin solutions at the Transport Logistic trade fair

Contrôle d’un camion sur l'A10 en France, crédit : MaxPPP.

Do regional taxes have a future?

Article

The largest region in mainland France, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, is considering a tax on foreign trucks. Wouldn’t this measure, which has already been implemented in certain European countries, represent a step towards the breakup of a common space…?

Do regional taxes have a future?
Michelin solutions à Transport Logistic

Michelin solutions at Transport Logistic

Event Article

Michelin solutions will be exhibiting in Hall A6 on stand 221 at the Transport Logistic trade fair, which will take place in Munich from 9 to 12 May 2017.

Michelin solutions at Transport Logistic
John Kasich, gouverneur de l'Ohio, dans un véhicule autonome d'Otto, la filiale d'Uber, crédit : Sipa.

Telematics – enabler of development and desirability?

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Like the majority of private companies in the sector, some regions are gradually realising the benefit of using telematics in road transport. This is the case in Ohio, where its governor, John Kasich, wants to develop a “Knowledge Belt” to replace the former “Manufacturing Belt” that has now become obsolete.

Telematics – enabler of development and desirability?
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