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Environmentally conscious in an improving economy

The economy is starting to improve and a direct result is a significant change in the CO2 emission. In the fourth quarter of 2014 CO2 emission increased with 1,4%. The more reason that an important subject remains on the agenda of many transport and logistics companies: Environmental responsibility. In addition, an increasing amount of trading partners want to know how …

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Impact of 3D printing on the logistics sector

In the future several developments will be of importance for the logistic sector, one example is 3D printing technology. This relatively new invention allows for the printing of three dimensional objects. As you can imagine this technology can be useful in many ways, if developed further it could have a large impact on today’s society. Even though at this time …

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Toll Scandinavia

In Scandinavian countries, a large number of roads, bridges, tunnels and ferries are subject to a charge. With the assistance of the AutoPass OBU which will be offered by DKV in cooperation with tolltickets, you are able to pay simply and conveniently in all three countries, namely in Norway, Denmark and Sweden. The AutoPASS OBU is a microwave system (DSRC), …

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Adjustments German toll

As of October 1st 2015 German toll is extended from 12 to 7.5 tons permissible total weight. Vehicles and vehicle combinations with a permissible total weight of over 7.5 tonnes will in the future be subject to distance-based toll charges. Next to the new rules regarding permissible weight, new charges per kilometre for infrastructure costs also come into force. Toll …

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Individualised solutions for transporting goods in an environmentally compatible way

Dischner, Speditions- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH Dischner was founded in 1957, originally it focused on the construction materials and agricultural sector. Transport services have always been an important part of their portfolio. In the 1990s the construction materials and agricultural sectors went through structural changes. Because of these changes Dischner decided to focus more on transport services and logistics. Today, they …

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Smart Highway

Smart Highway of the future Innovator and artist Daan Roosegaarde has recently invented a groundbreaking project for many road users: The Smart Highway. This ‘highway of the future’ is one of the innovative projects of Roosegaarde. For example, he also invented the Van Gogh Cycle Path and the Smog Free Project. The cycle path, which displays Van Gogh’s picture of …

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How do you deal with Big Data in your organisation?

The past few years saw the coming of a new and increasingly familiar phenomenon: Big Data. What, however, is  Big Data? And are you perhaps already, and unconsciously, using Big Data? Big Data is a collective name for all large information currents found within an organisation, to be interpreted plainly as ‘a huge quantity of data’. All of these information …

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DKV Card Climate – competitive advantage thanks to CO₂compensation

Business partners are increasingly requesting verification about how companies handle their CO₂emissions. DKV customers can now compensate for their CO₂ emissions by 100%. For this purpose,  DKV Euro Service offers a climate-neutral fuel card with the DKV Card Climate. In return, your company‘s fleet drives 100% CO₂neutral. This positive environmental balance provides a distinct competitive advantage and also supports your …

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CO2 emissions allocating guidelines; a view on the future

Over the last few years, the haulage sector has often found itself confronted with strict regulations regarding CO2 emissions. Although many of these rules have resulted in relatively ‘cleaner’ fleets thanks to, for instance, often necessary investments made in new trucks of lower Euro emission categories, questions regularly crop up in the sector regarding the determination and registration of CO2 …

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What do we require from mobility service providers now?

Increased costs, mainly resulting from external influences in the present economic climate: hauliers both large and small are affected by them. Profitability, financially and in terms of speed, now demands continued mobility. As a haulier, you will undoubtedly have been pondering the question about what other possibilities you might have for keeping your drivers on the road as much as …

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