Called UTA One, the platform initially supports the toll systems in Belgium, France, Italy, Austria, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Germany and other European countries will be added through an over-the-air update. This option is also said to feature the integration of all transfer standards of the European toll environments.
UTA, according to Volker Huber, the company’s chief executive officer, manages the administration and evaluation, allowing clients to have one partner throughout the process.
“They will also benefit from a user-friendly ordering and registration process, which is available in several languages at one.uta.com. UTA customers can select the toll environments they require,” added Huber.
The product has been tested on trips to Strasbourg, Calais, Brussels, Aachen, Bolzano, Innsbruck and Salzburg.
Union Tank Eckstein (
8658 UTA) has launched a solution for European electronic toll services (EETS) with the intention of allowing transport companies and forwarding agents to travel with a single on-board unit with all fees charged to one invoice.