Electronics and IT
MOBAPI PLATFORM UNVEILS ITS NEW API BUILDER ON BUSINESSFRANCES FRENCH PAVILION AT MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2015
Business France’s French Pavilion, Hall App Planet - Hall 8.1 Stand 8.1E49 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 2nd-5th March 2015 - Mobapi is a set-and-forget solution for developers and publishers who want to focus on their data and simplify the process of developing mobile services. Bitwip cuts the cost of mobile ready API development by lowering complexity and code maintenance.Vincent Reboul, CEO, will present Mobapi at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, from March 2nd to 5th at the French pavilion in booth 8.1 E49. The Mobapi platform handles all the tedious work needed to sync your apps with your website and other external data sources. Setting up APIs has never been so easy. Combine data sources and trim pay board to output responsive content. Say goodbye to custom coding. “Publish on your website and Mobapi syncs your APP”: Mobapi comes with several innovative features within the Baas ecosystem- Select fields from your data sources. Combine them. Preview the output and you’re done.- You are free to add server side scripts and templates to perfect your content.- Transform, validate and compress your data before sending it to your APP.
About Mobapi:Based in Cayenne, French Guiana, Bitwip is a mobile agency specialized in developing solutions for smartphones, tablets and connected objects. Bitwip offers innovative applications for all sizes of screen in order to create a unique and enriching user experience.The agency offers synchronisation of data in the cloud, integration into an existing CMS system or development of a back office. Data is permanently available and up to date, even when the application has been published.Web projects are adapted to fit the constraints of mobile terminals: graphics are redesigned, ergonomics are improved and download time is optimised.Bitwip’s applications adapt to your needs whatever the size of your project. The agency has 6 years’ experience of creating WordPress sites and offers a real expertise in the management of CMSn°1. They will take on any web project – nothing is impossible – be it setting up an event site, integrating a professional application into a website, or using WordPress as a framework application. Bitwip loves a challenge!Bitwip deals with the development of your application, from its design to its publication. The CMS section gives you unlimited access to content, giving you complete autonomy in updating your application.Mobile solutions are accessible from increasingly varied machines. Bitwip uses the Apache Cordova set of APIs to access the native device functions of smartphones. By using Open Source, Bitwip’s developing activities respect existing standards and facilitate the integration of your application into numerous mobile platforms.Their solutions work on a multi-platform framework so that you can supply to your users the same digital experience whether on a smartphone, Android tablet, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Smart TV or a connected object. Contact: Vincent REBOUL - CEO of Bitwip - Company based in Cayenne, French Guiana
Electricity, Renewable energy, Nuclear
French wind power industry exhibits at the 2015 EWEA OFFSHORE 2015 trade fair
BUSINESS FRANCE, in partnership with France Energie Eolienne and the Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables under the Windustry France banner, is organising the French pavilion at EWEA OFFSHORE, Europe’s leading trade fair featuring offshore wind power, to be held this year in Copenhagen.
Twenty-one French wind power experts will be presenting their technologies and innovations on a 180-square-metre national pavilion during the 3 days of exhibition, conferences and industrial meetings. The French companies are seeking to position themselves as contenders in the eyes of the international decision-makers attending this flagship event of the wind power industry.
To meet the challenges of climate change, growing demand for energy and the gradual depletion of fossil fuels as well as the volatile price of oil, renewable energies are enjoying especially strong development across the world.
In many respects, France is an ideal country to develop wind power. Giving onto the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, France has an extensive coastline with a high potential for the development of offshore wind power. The French government aims to reach 6 GWe of installed capacity in marine energies by 2020, i.e. 3.5% of French electric power consumption.
According to the renewable energy union, France’s offshore production potential has been estimated at 15,000 MW by 2030. This means not only a source of renewable energy for millions of households, but also thousands of jobs linked to the rise of this new industry. France ranks 4th in Europe in terms of installed capacity and power production. It benefits from genuine expertise on both a European and global level.
Come and meet some of Frances biggest players active in wind power industry at the BUSINESS FRANCE pavilion, Hall A, booths A-D22, A-E22 and A-D16.
About the companies
ACEBI (Booth A-D22) designs and manufactures rescue equipment and bridges to access wind turbines from ships. www.acebi.com
AMO-EOLYHD (Booth A-E22) Agence Maritime de l’Ouest is engaged in shipbuilding, ship management, charter brokering and port operation. www.amo-ship.com
CETEAL SAS (Booth A-D16) is an expert in offshore wind turbine structural engineering. www.ceteal.eu
IN VIVO ENVIRONNEMENT (Booth A-E22) is an engineering firm specialising in marine environmental consultancy. www.invivo-environnement.com
ORANGE MARINE (Booth A-E22) is specialised in the field of subsea telecommunications, from the initial design and engineering to the installation of intercontinental cable links and maintenance of existing cables. www.marine.orange.com/fr
QUIET OCEANS (Booth A-E22) offers solutions for forecasting, monitoring and reducing underwater noise. www.quiet-oceans.com
RTSYS (Booth A-E22) is a specialist in underwater and active/passive acoustics. www.rtsys.euSERGI (Booth A-E15) is an engineering company originally specialised in the design and manufacture of oil-filled transformer fire extinguishing systems. Since then, the company has moved into the transformer fire protection business. www.sergi-france.com
VALOREM (Booth A-D22) is an operator in green energy and a recognised expert in operation monitoring studies, project development and renewable energy farm construction.www.valorem-energie.com
Associations, clusters and schools:
BREIZH’EMR (Booth A-E22) A Brittany cluster, federating some fifteen complementary companies involved in the Renewable Marine Energy supply chain. www.cad22.com
BRETAGNE COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL (Booth A-E22): Regional agency supporting companies at the international levelin Brittany. www.bretagnecommerceinternational.com
BRETAGNE POLE NAVAL (Booth A-E22) supports the economic growth of more than 125 companies involved in the following 3 industries: Shipbuilding, Renewable Marine Energy, Offshore Oil & Gas. www.bretagnepolenaval.org
ECOLE CENTRALE (Booth A-D22) is one of France’s top engineering schools, offering engineer training and master’s and doctoral degree programmes. www.ec-nantes.fr
ENERGIE HAUTE NORMANDIE (Booth A-D16) Association of Normandy energy sector companies. www.energie-haute-normandie.com
ENSM – Ecole Nationale Superieure Maritime (Booth A-D22) Engineering school, offering master’s degree in Freight shipping sector. www.supmaritime.fr
OUEST NORMANDIES ENERGIES MARINES (Booth A-D16), Regional Renewable Marine Energy Agency from West Normandie www.ouest-normandie-energies-marines.fr
PAYS DE LA LOIRE (Booth A-D22): The economic development agency of the “Pays de la Loire” region implements its Regional Development Policy. www.agence-paysdelaloire.fr
PORT DE BREST: The port of Brest is organising a 50-hectare zone dedicated and suited to bottom-mounted and floating offshore wind turbines. The technical specifications of the layout have been designed to incorporate, handle and store large-scale systems as well as services proposed especially to meet the needs of manufacturers involved in marine energy and, more specifically offshore wind turbines.http://portbrest.bretagne.fr
Universite de Nantes (Booth A-D22): one of France’s biggest universities located in the Pays de la Loire region, providing training in the Marine Energy Sector. www.univ-nantes.fr
FRANCE ENERGIE EOLIENNE (Booth A-D22) – Biggest French wind power industry association representing 90% of the total wind industry players: developer, operator, EPC, SME, OEM. www.fee.asso.fr
WINDUSTRY (Booth A-D16) – Aims to develop the French field of industrial wind power, organises B2B meetings between wind energy market leaders and companies which are not active yet in the wind power sector. www.windustry.fr
FOGALE WILL UNVEIL ITS SENSATION TECHNOLOGY ON A REAL SMARTPHONE AT THE MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS IN BARCELONA FROM 2ND TO 5TH MARCH 2015 FOGALE will be present on BUSINESSFRANCE’s French Pavilion, HALL 5 BOOTH B41 POS. 13 Three years after introducing its "Sensation" technology, which adds highly innovative new control possibilities to conventional touchscreens by detecting the position of the fingers above and around the edges of the screen, FOGALE will unveil an Android Smartphone featuring incredible new possibilities.
We all think our Smartphones are much the same, and were right! All Smartphones have broadly similar features. Only their design provides some differentiation. Convinced that manufacturers should focus on the users and, in particular, on ‘naturalising’ the interface with these complex communication and entertainment devices, FOGALE delivers true 3D technology to your Smartphones touchscreen, making it possible to fundamentally change the way you think of and interact with it. Now you can have new user experiences such as:- A unique home page that makes it very easy to access the required application or zoom in to the keys of your keyboard to write your SMS easily - without glasses- A "super icon" concept that zooms out when a finger approaches it and makes it possible to see the applications information- Use the edges of your Smartphone to scroll text up and down, change the volume or switch icons without touching any keys- Have your icons place themselves automatically- Perform simple tasks: change page, activate the screen by putting your hand near it, rotate an image, zoom into the space- Activate your Smartphone without touching any keys (the phone detects your fingers)- Use your Smartphone as a simple notepad, even when wearing gloves- Automatically adapt the interface for the right or left hand- An intuitive and easy to use camera application
Being able to measure each fingertips position in relation to your mobile screen and case opens up a whole world of creative possibilities for developers, such as 3D.Initially aimed at the mobile market, there are many other applications for this technology: games consoles, TV remote controls, controls for automobiles, computers, the medical industry, etcIn performing functions with your finger hovering above the screen, the Sensation technology is reminiscent of a "floating touch" and an "air gesture", which have already been seen on some high-end Smartphones. Its huge advantage over these technologies is the much greater height of the detection range – 5cm above the screen, vs. 2 cm for competing technologies.FOGALE has therefore developed applications that rethink and reinvent your Smartphones interface. They are smooth, intuitive and amazingly easy to use.This is the only technology that can detect several fingers above the screen as well as at the sides of your Smartphone, opening up new horizons for todays Smartphones.FOGALE Sensation has recently grown its teams and recruited a new CEO, to structure the companys growth and create the Asian subsidiaries that will enable us to support our clients and develop our business.
About FOGALE NanotechAfter developing a "capacitive camera", which is now fitted to thousands of medical scanners, the FOGALE nanotech researchers set themselves a new challenge: to measure the coordinates of several fingers above a screen (up to 5 cm for fingers and 10 cm for hand gestures).Such control would enable the famous man/machine interaction to be smoother and more intuitive, more precise and complex movements. This is the beginning of a genuine technological disruption in the world of touchscreens for mobile consumer products. An "all-in-one" technology that extends todays touch-based interface beyond its physical limits, as even the sides become control surfaces - as well as all the unique possibilities from the simultaneously available multi-finger ‘3D hover’ contactless interface. This highly innovative technology is protected by some forty patents.FOGALE nanotech is a spin-off of the CEA (the French Atomic Energy Commission) and of the ONERA (the French National Aerospace Research Centre), founded in 1983. Over the years it has built up a unique experience in the field of high and very-high-accuracy dimensional measurement. Researchers and engineers constitute 80% of the FOGALE Groups 70-strong staff. For further information about the company, please go to: www.fogale-sensation.com
Contact client Fogale Nanotech SA Mr Patrick Leteurtre - Managing Directorp.email@example.com
WITIGO SHOWCASES ITS PARENTAL CONTROL SOLUTION AND ITS NEW TECHNOLOGY AT THE MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS IN BARCELONA FROM 2 TO 5 MARCH 2015
Witigo, the French brand for online child protection solutions, will be an exhibitor at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona from 2–5 March. Located in Business France’s French Pavilion, Hall 8.1 App. Planet dedicated to mobile apps, Witigo is inviting equipment manufacturers (smartphones, tablets, desktops, laptops) to come and find out about its internet filtering solutions (for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iOS and Android), ranked no. 1 in the Filtra Test, which are ideal for completing and adding value to their products or services (technology, integration, SDK, bundle or pre-installation).
PREMIUM PARENTAL CONTROL THAT KEEPS THE BEST OF THE INTERNET FOR CHILDREN
With over 130,000 new sites created every day, Witigo can recognise a web pages content in real time, thanks to a very detailed analysis (address, keywords, links, images and semantics) – even for newly created or modified sites. Content recognition is based on the companys own innovative ICE technology (Intelligent Content Evaluation). As a result, parents can give their children the benefit of optimum filtering, with an effectiveness of over 99%, that does not disrupt their browsing.
NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR DETECTING PORNOGRAPHIC VIDEOS
Visitors will also be the first to find out about VISIA Technology (Video, Streaming and Image Analysis), a brand new technology enabling the real-time detection, analysis, classification and filtering of pornographic images and videos. Developed in-house by the R&D department of the Witigo solutions publisher, Profil Technology, VISIA Technology offers many potential application areas such as, in particular, social network and online sharing or storage platforms, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), security software publishers and equipment manufacturers (smartphones, tablets, webcams, etc.). Each day, nearly 2 billion photos are posted on social networks1 and, each minute, 100 hours of videos are posted on YouTube2. This explosion makes content control increasingly more difficult. VISIA Technology should therefore interest those players who, more than ever, want to enforce their content publication policy, whether it concerns nudity or sexual and pornographic content. "For more than 10 years, we have been setting up technology partnerships with IT equipment manufacturers for incorporating our Witigo content-filtering technologies and solutions into their digital projects. This year, our visitors will be amazed by the new video and picture content detection technology that we are bringing to MWC. So MWC 2015 is looking very promising. More than ever it is an ideal, dont-miss opportunity for a French company that wants to accelerate its international growth," stated Nicolas Lacourte, Witigo Product Manager.
Witigo products are designed to protect children online and allow them to enjoy the best of the web thanks to intelligent ICE filtering technology developed by Profil Technology. Witigo® is a registered trademark of Profil Technology S.A. For further information, go to witigo.com
About Profil technology: Founded in 1989 as Editions Profil, the company changed its name to Profil Technology in 2014. It is an independent French company that develops, publishes and sells software for private users and companies. Profil Technology publishes its own information security solutions under its Egedian and Witigo brands and, since 2001, has also held the exclusive republishing rights for the Bitdefender brand in French-speaking markets. For further information, go to profiltechnology.com
For further information please contact Anne DESSEMOND NTIS Office of BUSINESS FRANCE in London SW1Y 4SP - UKTel: +44 (0) 207 024 3664Anne.DESSEMOND@businessfrance.frView other press releases at :www.businessfrance.com/uk
Telecommunications and Space
PetaCache: New Generation Hybrid Cache for Telecom Operators
BoostEdge is a French software editor that specialises in processing and optimising Internet flows. More than 100 telecom operators and enterprises use its BoostEdge, Cloud of Compression and PetaCacheÒ products (Areva, Total, Air Liquide, I-zone, Idom, 4G, etc.). BoostEdge is backed throughout the world by a network of value-added systems integrators to guarantee the best local service for end-users. This French company will present its new PetaCache product at the MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2015 show, 2–5 March in Barcelona.
This new generation cache, specially designed to have optimum performance levels on Internet flows, incorporates flow compression and optimization techniques, handles 1 to 80Gbps throughput scalability and capacity of up to 1 PetaByte. The volume of Internet data flows are reduced up to 75% on the Long Haul and 50% on the Last Mile. BoostEdges hierarchical hybrid cache technology improves overall performance of the cache by managing storage hierarchy, by combining object and content driven analysis and all the benefits of additional compression techniques. This means that the operator can develop a carrier-grade solution for high-capacity caches. Storage improvement is simple, inexpensive thanks to the Plug’n Boost® deployment method, and green due to lower carbon and energy footprint. The compression/optimisation technologies, already used by a hundred customers, makes possible a considerable reduction in Internet data volumes flowing through the Long Haul (or Backbone). As a result, the operators data bill is significantly lower, users benefit from a smoother, more inexpensive service, and the QoE (End-user Quality of Experience) is substantially improved. This technology is "clientless": it requires no client or plug-in on the users workstation (PC, Tablet, Smartphone, etc.). It is also compatible with all types of connections (2G/3G/4G/LTE, xDSL, Satellite, WiMax, WiFi, etc.) and with all browsers available on the market.
BoostEdges Cloud of Compression connection, integrating a Cache driven feature, complementary to the Peta cache solution, allows ISPs and Telecom Operators to save bandwidth without On-Premise investment.
Come and meet the company for a demonstration at its stand in Hall 5 – 5B41 at MWC.
About BOOSTEDGE - ACTIVNETWORKSFor further information about the company, please go to: http://www.activnetworks.com/ For further information:BOOSTEDGE - ACTIVNETWORKSFrancesco SerraGlobal Sales VPfrancesco.firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: +33 (0)1 64 86 44 44
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french technology for high performance, miniature, autonomous geolocation tracker
On the occasion of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 2nd-5th March 2015, M2M and geolocation specialist AGUILA Technologies is launching its very latest generation GPS mini-tracker, the AGUILA1000, on the European market. Light, with very long energy autonomy, it is the smallest geolocation tracker in the world today. The company will be located on Business France’s French Pavilion, Hall 5 Stand 5B61.
New uses to meet increasing needs for geolocation
The current surge in thefts of shipments, jewellery, works of art, equipment, machinery and various commodities, together with the increased requirement for anticipation in the Logistics and Supply Chain sectors are making geolocation systems even more of a necessity. Now there is a demand to track an ever-increasing number of ever-smaller elements with systems that are even more powerful and discreet.
Accordingly, AGUILA Technologies has developed a highly innovative mini geolocation tracker.Its energy autonomy (of up to 1 year), borderless coverage with GPRS communications, accuracy, small size and lightness (weighing less than 35g) open up new uses in a market with increasing requirements in terms of anti-theft monitoring and traceability.
Very strong interests from the market
Currently this miniature GPS tracker is eliciting a great deal of interest amongst insurance companies and security and logistics professionals, with orders received for several thousand units. Its presence at the Mobile World Congress aims to open up major foreign markets, in particular partnerships with distributors and integrators in the geolocation and security sectors.
A real technological innovation
The AGUILA1000 mini-tracker from AGUILA Technologies is the result of several years of Research and Development..
The technological feat consists of incorporating a set of technology innovations within an extremely small sized unit: a highly sensitive mini-GPS, accurate to 3m, movement and impact sensors, Bluetooth 4 (low-consumption) communications, GPRS data transmission, and various power-management scenarios making possible long-lasting and complete energy autonomy.
"This is the result of our geolocation experiences in difficult real-world situations and also of AGUILAs advanced R&D", explains Hubert Forgeot, founder and CEO of AGUILA Technologies. "With this mini geolocation system we have a significant competitive advantage over current units, which are larger and have much shorter battery lives. Our tracker can remain on standby for up to 1 year, depending on the mode of use."
Method of operation
All the monitoring and alert parameters (sensitivity to movement, tracking duration and regularity, outline of the security area, geofencing, etc.) can be configured remotely with simplified ergonomics, using a smartphone, tablet or PC.
For complete reliability, whatever the mode of use selected, the system regularly sends messages to the user confirming its power level and correct functioning.
About AGUILA Technologies
AGUILA is a high-tech company specialising in communicative electronic systems (Machine to Machine) and geolocation.
An expert in small-size and very low power consumption connected objects, AGUILA has developed products for high-growth business sectors using geolocation, such as intelligent transport systems and environmental monitoring. AGUILA is now a player recognised for its strength in innovation, with highly specialized expertise, particularly in M2M communicative systems sectors.
For further information, contact: email@example.com or go on companys website http://aguila.fr/en/
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Mrs Anne Dessemond
Press Office - BUSINESSFRANCE London
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Rail and Urban transport
Rail Freight Meetings in spotlight at SITL Paris 2015
Rail Freight Meetings in spotlight at SITL Paris 2015
With workshops, a showroom and work areas across a space of 300 m², the Rail Freight Meetings will constitute one of the key innovations at SITL Paris 2015, which will be taking place from 31 March to 2 April in Paris (France). Innovative players such as Herta France, SNCF Freight and Agenia are looking forward to this key event. Under the aegis of France’s Secretary of State for Transport, the Rail Freight Meetings reflect the measures entrusted to the Association of Freight Transport Users (or AUTF, in French) following the ministerial conferences held with respect to the revival of rail freight in France.
The aim is to have a business dialogue at the service of growth in the rail industry, and, more particularly, to match supply and demand in the field of rail freight and combined road-rail transport by means of business meetings between shippers and all those involved in the rail-industry value chain.
The three case studies below illustrate the scope and interest of the Rail Freight Meetings due to take place at SITL Paris 2015, from 31 March to 2 April of this year.
CASE STUDY 1: HERTA FRANCE
"We would like to use rail freight and combined road-rail but we do not find that the shoe fits,” says Marc Bernard, Transport & Supply Chain Projects Manager for Herta France — a comment which reflects the difficulty faced by shippers when evaluating current rail and multimodal offerings.
"Traffic volumes and the will to deploy these alternative solutions exist,” points out Christian Rose, Executive Officer at AUTF, who bases his comment on an audit carried out among purchasing managers. "Though they lack visibility in terms of capacity and rail operations, compared to the very dynamic road possibilities.”
A subsidiary of the Nestlé Group, Herta France operates factories in Arras (northern France) and Strasbourg (eastern France) that process 95,000 tonnes of food products per year. Using controlled-temperature storage, the goods are sent daily to two logistical hubs — one located in Ile-de-France (i.e. the Paris Region) and the other in the Lyons region — before being sent on to supply the retail trade.
"This just-in-time logistics process, today, is done 100% by road. On the Arras-Lyons link, for example, we use up to 12 refrigerated trucks per day,” laments Marc Bernard. From the agricultural producer through to the consumer, Herta France’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) targets mean, in practice, that the company must actively seek sustainable organisations that reduce its carbon footprint in relation to all the links in its supply chain.
"Implemented in the choice of raw materials, production methodology, packaging, etc., our social-responsibility plan also covers our out-bound logistics. This is the reason why we are looking for rail and multimodal solutions linked to our retail clients,” explains Marc Bernard.
With this aim in mind, Herta France will be at the Rail Freight Meetings: "This event is a time-benefit accelerator, which will help us to achieve our ambition to lower our distribution carbon footprint. Herta wants to use rail and combined freight,” says Marc Bernard, who has high expectations of the trade show.
At the Rail Freight Meetings, the manufacturer hopes to better understand how the rail sector operates. "We want to develop links with the professionals who can best respond to our logistics needs right through to the final customer, and also discover all the available multimodal innovations,” explains Marc Bernard.
CASE STUDY 2: SNCF FREIGHT Rail services have evolved over the last decade and have, in many ways, been revitalised. "Deregulation has put the clients and their requirements at the heart of the issue. Competition and the effects of the [financial] crisis have led to a rethink of the service and internal organisation of SNCF Freight,” says Olivier Juban, Director of SNCF, the State-owned French railway operator.
It is in this context that the Rail Freight Meetings are an excellent occasion for SNCF Freight to meet procurement managers in order to explain current industry developments and, also, how the railway sector can respond to logistics challenges.
Shared services, Multi-Lots/Multi-Clients options, long trains, combined rail-road initiatives, and ‘rail highways’ are various aspects of the range of solutions developed by SNCF Freight, which demonstrate the company’s efficiency and relevance. "Driven by teams managing production and sales, the solutions are configured to respond to the complex logistics challenge from purchasers within a framework of sustainable collaboration,” explains Olivier Juban.
CASE STUDY 3: AGENIA
Agenia is a subsidiary of NGE, a multi-expertise group in the field of public works with a turnover of €1.5 billion. Agenia works with shippers, local communities and logistics hubs in order to develop sound rail-transport links and multimodal solutions.
“The expertise of Agenia is wide-ranging: from the construction and management of rail infrastructure through to developing rail-freight offerings, and including the management of hubs and network maintenance,” says Michel Colombié, CEO.
On this basis, Agenia is the partner of Moulins Communauté in order to develop jointly the LOGIPARC 03 rail centre, in Moulins (central France).
The logistics of a rail network go well beyond mere point-to-point traffic management. Indeed, Agenia’s added-value proposition comes from its ability to interlink connected services: handling, door-to-door transport, rail-road combined transport, connections to inland networks as well as ports, and so on.
“These extended services that include the management of infrastructures are essential in order to guarantee a premium service quality which responds to the challenges of the modern supply chain. At LOGIPARC 03, Agenia has developed this offering in partnership with Transports Terrancle and Eurorail,” explains Michel Colombié.
These are concrete examples of the potential offered by the pooling of rail-sector skills and multimodal complementarities — common themes of the Rail Freight Meetings at SITL Paris 2015, to be held in Paris (France) between 31 March and 2 April of this year.
About Reed Expositions
Reed Expositions is the French subsidiary of Reed Exhibitions, the worlds leading event organiser. Reed Expositions organizes over 50 trade shows per year in France across a range of sectors including transport and logistics.
Reed Expositions will be organising Transport Next Generation 2015, a new event that will run concurrently with SITL Paris 2015, as well as Intralogistics Europe 2015. These events will take place from 31 March to 2 April 2015 in Hall 7.2 of the Paris Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre, in the southeast of Paris (France).
For further information about this press release, you can contact Ms Silviane Dubail of SD COM on: +33 (0)6 07 53 53 43 (telephone) and firstname.lastname@example.org (email).
For further information about Reed Expositions, please go to: http://www.reedexpo.fr
For further information about the different trade shows, please go to: http://www.sitl.eu/index.php?Lang=gb
avril 25, 2012
UBIFRANCE, the French agency for international business developement, comes under the aegis of France's Ministry for the Economy, Industry & Employment. UBIFRANCE lies at the heart of France's public-sector export support framework.