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Vans, buses and trucks – commercial vehicles are a major part of our lives. Today we can choose from an extensive range of goods worldwide that are delivered right to our doors. This would not be possible without freight transport and logistics. And it is the commercial vehicles that cover that last mile.
They carry over 70 percent of transported goods and therefore form the backbone of transport and the economy. They are also service providers and chauffeurs. They dispose of our waste, help us to move house, assist the rescue services, take our children to school and drive us to work. So commercial vehicles actually keep our everyday lives “on the go.”
Interview in German with Klaus Braeunig answering the questions.
- Do you think, that consumers are already in favour of change or what needs to be done to make people embrace changing mobility concepts?
- Autonomous driving: how can self-driving cars gain trust?
- Driving tomorrow: if we talk about the future of logistics and the last mile what exactly is it that will change fundamentally?