SOLUTRANS 4.0: the future starts here

Published on by Jennifer ABIJABER - updated on

An additional hall, entirely given over to organisations working in innovation and industry transformation.

SOLUTRANS opens a new exhibition hall in response to exhibitor demand

Like all major sectors nationwide, the HGV sector today faces several key challenges: the zero-carbon transition, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, recycling, etc., which are both sector-specific and wider-ranging problems, illustrated by a wide diversity of players and disciplines. To address these issues, SOLUTRANS will bring together all these players in the same hall in November, thus supporting the implementation of new solutions to optimize activity in the sector, and in particular that of hauliers.

Hall 1 of Eurexpo will be dedicated to innovation and the new players in the sector providing added-value services for tomorrow’s transport industry.

Logically christened SOLUTRANS 4.0, it will be the reflection of how the face of the industry is being transformed: its exhibitors will include energy suppliers and infrastructure professionals to provide the latest on up-and-coming energies and guide professionals in their decisions.

Specialists in fuel management (refueling, equipment) will exhibit their solutions to reduce consumption. And through connectivity and traceability, IT companies and freight exchanges will present their innovative digital solutions dedicated to fleet operation and management. Without forgetting start-ups, software publishers and information systems.

More than 70 professionals dedicated to innovation have already registered. They will be at your disposal to present their solutions and discuss them with you! 

Among the exhibitors at SOLUTRANS 4.0

Logo Chereau

With the presence of the trade organizations

So our advice is: if you intend to visit SOLUTRANS, to be held from 16 to 20 November at Eurexpo: don’t miss out on this brand new SOLUTRANS 4.0 hall!

FFC/PFA, committed to assisting hauliers in their vehicle procurement

  • CO2 targets 
  • Fuel saving
  • Alternative energy 
  • LEZ

The constraints imposed upon the sector by the European Commission, the Government and metropolitan authorities have been scrutinised over the past few months in a vast study commissioned by the FFC.                                                                                                  The purpose of the study is to guide and advise hauliers in the procurement of vehicles that both meet their needs and are in line with the vision of the authorities.

The results of the Vision’AIR study will be presented in a Roadbook on the FFC stand at SOLUTRANS 2021.