MEDITERRANEE: Sustainable transport solutions for a sustainable
In this global economy, logistics
play a key role in driving business competitiveness.
Within the transport sector, road haulage is of strategic
importance: flexible, fast and competitive, unsurprisingly
it accounts for more than 95% of domestic goods movements.
Today the truck industry is facing new challenges: environmental
impact, increasing fuel prices, road safety, regulations
– these all demand constant modernising of equipment
and vehicles, coupled with the use of fast-evolving
SOLUTRANS MEDITERRANEE 2011: The innovation show for
the entire truck industry
a unique offer for the entire industry
MEDITERRANEE is the only exhibition in the whole Mediterranean
Area dedicated to all actors in the truck and public
2011 in brief:
LCV and HGV bodybuilders
LCV and HGV manufacturers
Semi-trailer and trailer manufacturers
Bodywork and vehicle equipment manufacturerss
all business categories concerned :
Workshop equipment, products
after sales networks
consultancy and services
The tried-and-tested formula
of SOLUTRANS Lyon, the world-famous truck industry show
15,000 sqm of exhibition space
A comprehensive offer covering every aspect of the truck
A large number of exhibitors from the Mediterranean rim
Visitors from all over the world
Innovative promotional tools
The FFC French
Bodywork Federation, organizer of the world famous truck
industry show: SOLUTRANS LYON is going international.
Thanks to the great support of its Moroccan counterpart
the GPLC, the FFC chose to develop an international version
of their show in Morocco.
The choice of Morocco is justified by its location that
allows this event to become a platform for the sector
in the Mediterranean region.
Indeed, Morocco has active partnerships with Europe but
also with the MENA region and the rest of the African
continent. The country has also developed a very successful
Despite the global decrease that has affected the trucks
sales numbers in Morocco and internationally, there are
very promising perspectives for this sector in the country.
The many economical reforms and infrastructural projects
that Morocco embarked on create a climate of economical
dynamism that is very promising.
Besides, a whole strategic plan for development of the
logistics sector is being implemented and most of the
operators of this sector are encouraged to update their
equipment to ensure a better service and competitiveness.
One of the main measures initiated by the government in
that area is a “Scrappage incentive” to push
towards a quicker renewal of the truck fleet. This measure
has been prolonged for the 2011-2013 period.