It is this integrated approach that delivers innovation, responsiveness, quality of service and flexibility to meet customers’ needs.

It means made-to-measure solutions can be offered to meet the needs of governments, companies and local authorities.

The Bolloré Group is developing a transport solution that is entirely energy independent, thanks to a station where charging points are linked to solar panels coupled to LMP® batteries, so vehicles can charge day and night.

In Cambodia, at the Angkor historic world heritage site, Blue Solutions electric vehicles transport tourists while protecting the monuments from emissions that damage the temples’ facades.

In Côte d’Ivoire, students at Félix-Houphouët-Boigny University in Cocody can use an internal Bluebus line to travel around campus.

In Cameroon, Yaoundé University has been provided with a similar bus service to improve student access.

In the Congo, for the Brazzaville All-Africa Games, 50 cars, 14 buses, 4 stations and 80 charging points were made available to the All Africa Games organising committee.

190,000 people were transported between 2 and 19 September 2015.