Tourism in Bled has fallen sharply due to Coronavirus, but the town remains popular with national tourists during the summer season. People like to go for a trip around the lake in a tourist train and there is currently also an electric bus running around Bled to which additional vehicles could be added if there are more passengers. This would be similar to a train, which would also be a more environmentally-friendly alternative.
The last event in “mobility week” for this year started in Bled today. The French company, LOHR, has announced that its electric mini-bus will be running on the roads of Bled for three days for a road test. The 100% electric vehicle will be running free of charge on the public highway along the lake between Friday 25 September and Sunday 27 September inclusive. The road test has also been followed by the Minister of the Interior, Mr Aleš Hojs.
On Friday 5 July 2019, the NIMFEA project was officially launched at Vernon city hall in Normandy. From 2021, the autonomous shuttle will be able to transport 16 passengers between Vernon station and Giverny.
The LOHR industrial group named after its founder, Robert Lohr, was created in 1963 just outside Strasbourg. It started by building car transporters, then military vehicles before turning to rail-road transport systems and new mobility solutions as the twenty-first century drew near. By road or rail, in town, (almost) everything runs on LOHR...
The Saf-Holland group and LOHR Industrie signed a strategic partnership contract on 16 May 2019 for the development of electric trailer axles.
The industrial group LOHR and SAF-HOLLAND have sealed a technological and commercial partnership for the development of AXEAL – “AXle Electric Assist Lohr” – a hybridisation system for trailers or semi-trailers.
The SAF-HOLLAND Group, supplier of equipment for lorries and trailers, and the French company LOHR Industrie, the world leader on the vehicle transporter market, signed a strategic partnership contract on 16 May at Duppigheim, in Alsace, for the development of electric trailer axles.
CFL multimodal has just announced two significant developments one after the other which could have a considerable impact on the level of traffic using the Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminal. The CFL Multimodal Group continues to announce new developments for its Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal hub.