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Eurotoll becomes an official partner for the new Slovakian electronic toll road network

Eurotoll, the French tolling services company, has been certified by SkyToll as an official partner for the Myto electronic toll road network in Slovakia. In order for this to happen, Eurotoll had to fulfill strict criteria, including its financial stability and reliability, knowledge and expertise in transport and logistics, as well as compliance with European regulations (one contract, one set of invoices and one single contact). Eurotoll provides an easy system for transport companies that need to settle and guarantee their toll transactions.

Eurotoll is also able to deliver value-added services and customer care covering web-based self-help systems, including a web interface to order OBUs, the ability to blacklist a stolen OBU, access to its toll expenses, and the generation of automatic consumption reports. The company is also able to manage multicultural clients, which is essential for effective account management. It has a network that serves 650,000 business-to-customer clients and 10,000 business-to-business accounts, 60% of which are with non-French transport companies.

Left: The SkyToll electronic tolling solution, based on the GPS–GSM technology, offers maximum flexibility in order to secure future increases in the volume of freight transport and road-network extensions across Slovakia

Eurotoll actively participated in the migration from the CAPLIS card system (a vignette-like system) to Tis-PL (Telepeage Inter Societes Poids Lourds), which is the new ETC tolling system in France. The company covers the French Tis-PL network and the entire Spanish Via-T network, which includes access to 42 motorway concessionaires (13 in France and 29 in Spain), and 12,000km of tolled motorways, together with tunnels, bridges, and secured truck parks. Eurotoll currently operates 130,000 active tags, of which 80% use the added value services, from a client base of 10,000 transport companies.

The launch of the electronic tolling system in Slovakia is scheduled for January 2010.

 

December 11, 2009

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