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TRANSDEV wint een contract van 1,9 miljard euro in Nederland

Bastien Faugeroux - 09-janv.-2017 17:17:46
De Franse exploitant Transdev wint de concessie in het openbaar vervoer van de regio Amsterdam, vanaf december 2017 voor een periode van 15 jaar. Het is de eerste concessie in het openbaar vervoer waarbij zoveel elektrische bussen worden ingezet. Het is voor Transdev één van de belangrijkste contracten in Nederland waarvan de omzet is geraamd op 1,9 miljard euro. Transdev wordt daarmee de eerste exploitant in het openbaar vervoer, met nul-emissie in Europa. Transdev zal op middellange termijn 350 elektrische bussen in dit land exploiteren. Dit contract omvat ook verschillende gemeenten rond de hoofdstad en de verbindingen met de luchthaven van Schiphol, één van de drukste luchthavens van Europa met ongeveer 50 miljoen passagiers per jaar. Het bedrijf heeft als voornemen om van dit contract “ een laboratorium van de mobiliteit van de toekomst “te maken. In 2025 moeten alle nieuwe bussen in het openbaar vervoer vrij zijn van CO2-uitstoot, zo staat in een overeenkomst die staatssecretaris Dijksma in april 2016 tekende met de vervoersbedrijven. Nederland loopt in Europa voorop met de introductie van elektrische bussen.     Voor informatie, neem contact: Annick Chevalier Exportconsulente Industrie & Cleantech T : + 31 (0) 20 794 19 68 annick.chevalier@businessfrance.fr    

Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016

Bastien Faugeroux - 18-mars-2016 16:51:04
Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, is organising the French Pavilion for the third time at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016, the must‑attend trade show for professionals in the road infrastructure, intelligent transport systems (ITS), road safety and parking sectors.   A sector of excellence in France, intelligent transportation translates into an annual market of €4.5 billion in sales revenue, 45,000 direct jobs in the private sector, and more than 1,000 companies. It conducts at least 50% of its business internationally.   France first began to use information communication technology (ICT) such as regulated traffic lights and automatic metros from as early as the 1970s. As the 1980s and 1990s progressed, so did its use of ICT, such that it now boasts true expertise in the area.   France’s skill in ITS is world-renowned. It boasts companies that are recognised internationally as leaders in their field, as well as longstanding expertise in the field of design, construction and transport infrastructure operations. France is also known for its expertise and talent in the digital domain, and as such has combined these skills and reaffirmed its reputation for excellence in developing ITS solutions.   The French Pavilion, which spans 120m², will house nine companies specialising in the traffic and transport industry. The show’s recognised impact and the attendance of decision-makers from countries all over the world will make it a must-attend event for any company wishing to position itself on the international scene. Dynamic and innovative, the companies exhibiting on the French Pavilion at Intertraffic Europe 2016 have every intention of winning visitors over with their excellent products.   Visit the Elicium Hall and discover all of the disruptive technology exhibiting on the French Pavilion this year:   www.comatis.com   COMATIS develops public-transport systems based on radio‑transmission technology. The company produces radio-based systems for handling priority requests for buses at traffic lights, as well as passenger-information display systems powered by solar panels.   www.e-totem.fr E-totem is a network of charging stations for electrical vehicles. It enables the use of an electrical or hybrid rechargeable vehicle without a single worry. Station use is enabled by prepaid e-totem card, available for order via the website.       www.hikob.com   HIKOB’s STATIONARY systems are designed to continuously collect synchronised multi-point data on all deployment terrains. Regardless of the type of monitoring project (roads, transportation infrastructures, natural resources, factories, industrial equipment and machines), they are precise, reliable, robust and upgradeable. INCO specialises in the field of connected ITS equipment and urban traffic management systems. Their INCO traffic signalling lighting solutions incorporate the latest technology and protocols to interface with existing systems.       www.marben-products.com   Marben provides systems and network software publishing, as well as standardised telecommunications software for automotive sector equipment makers.   www.navya.tech   “An electric, intelligent and autonomous shuttle, serving mobility”. Launched in October 2015, the NAVYA ARMA is a 100% electric and autonomous transport vehicle. An innovative and intelligent driverless shuttle, it can transport up to 15 passengers and safely drive up to 45 km/h, mostly on private sites.   www.neavia.com   Specialising in road traffic detection, Neavia boasts a unique skillset in multi-sensor detection, data acquisition devices using stationary or embedded systems, critical information processing and critical information transmission to communication platforms.       www.optomachines.fr   Optomachines specialises in the design and manufacture of measuring and monitoring machines, using highly-sophisticated optics and image processing technologies: dimensional monitoring, camera-operated shape control, laser, visual robot, dedicated sensor, etc.)   Products include navigational aids, pole cameras, stationary balloon video, etc.     www.souriau.com SOURIAU offers connection solutions, and standard connectors based on national or international specifications for harsh-environment interconnect solutions for its key markets.   It continues to play a decisive part in designing and developing innovative solutions, offering next-day delivery services across Europe.     For more information on the French Pavilion at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016, visit www.intertraffic.com/amsterdam/ or contact:   Aurélien Sostaponti Public Works, Transport & ITS Project Manager Business France Tel: +33 (0)1 40 73 30 81 Email: aurelien.sostaponti@businessfrance.fr Website: www.businessfrance.fr   For more information on this press release, contact:   Annick Chevalier Business France – The French Trade Commission in the Netherlands Tel: +31 20 794 19 68   Email:  annick.chevalier @businessfrance.fr
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Business France is op 1 januari 2015 ontstaan uit het samenvoegen van Business France, het Frans Agentschap voor de internationale ontwikkeling van bedrijven, en het AFII, het Frans Agentschap voor internationale investeringen. Business France Nederland is een onderdeel van de Ambassade van Frankrijk in Nederland dat Franse bedrijven begeleidt op de Nederlandse markt. Business France bestaat uit een team van 12 Franse en Nederlandse medewerkers en is onderverdeeld in vijf afdelingen. We bieden Franse bedrijven een breed pakket aan diensten en producten aan bij hun eerste stappen op de Nederlandse markt: informatie over exportmogelijkheden, juridische of reglementaire ontwikkelingen per branche, openbare aanbestedingen, brancheinformatie, marktonderzoek, bemiddeling bij samenwerkingsverbanden. In 2016 heeft Business France Nederland meer dan 200 bedrijven begeleid op deze veeleisende markt waar zeker mogelijkheden zijn voor gemotiveerde exporteurs die bereid zijn o

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