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Vialis and VITRONIC join forces for a sustainable solution for truck levies

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Vialis, a Royal VolkerWessels company, and VITRONIC GmbH will collaborate in the field of truck taxes. This was in response to a proposal for a Heavy Goods Vehicle Charge which was presented to the House of Representatives by the minister. The Netherlands will also introduce a levy based on usage, comparable to Germany and Belgium. The proceeds will flow back into investments in climate and sustainability goals to be implemented within the transport sector.

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This collaboration has resulted in a strong combination based on knowledge and expertise. Vialis, with extensive experience in the field of mobility and infrastructure solutions that contribute to a better living environment. And VITRONIC, which has built up a dominant position all over the world through its technological toll solutions.

Innovating together towards a livable future. That's the motto!

About Vialis

Vialis ensures safety, availability, and traffic flow, so that everyone continues to enjoy traveling. It is Vialis' ambition to ensure that this is done in a safe and sustainable manner, so that the impact on the living environment and future generations is limited. Vialis is a Royal VolkerWessels company.

About VITRONIC

VITRONIC is one of the world's leading industrial machine vision companies. The owner-led group of companies develops innovative products and specialized solutions in the growth sectors of automotive, healthcare and logistics automation, as well as traffic technology for traffic enforcement and toll solutions. For the traffic technology sector, the company provides high-end technologies to increase road safety, improve traffic flow and secure toll revenue. Since its foundation in 1984, VITRONIC has grown continuously and is now represented on five continents in more than 80 countries with more than 1,000 employees. In 2020, the Group's total turnover amounted to 151.5 million euros.

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