1 April 2022:
Toll4Europe and Verra Mobility join AETIS!
24 March 2022:
AETIS members renew their confidence in the Board
18 December 2020:
tolltickets becomes AETIS’ sixteenth member
AETIS, the Brussels-based association representing the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) Providers, warmly welcomes its sixteenth member: tolltickets.
tolltickets, which was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Germany, is a registered EETS service provider since February 2018. The company operates in 15 European countries and with more than 450.000 clients, it is one of Europe’s market leader in tolling services.
The AETIS Board warmly welcomes tolltickets within the AETIS family and looks forward to its contributions in 2021 and in the years to come to promote the EETS agenda across Europe.
In parallel, AETIS is delighted to announce that two long-standing and very active associate members, Egis Easytrip and Via Verde, have decided to become full members.
These developments further highlight the dynamism of AETIS and the importance for the EETS Providers to speak with one voice as the deadline to transpose the new EETS Directive is rapidly approaching.
In addition to Egis Easytrip, tolltickets and Via Verde, the AETIS members are Axxès, DKV, euroShell, eurotoll, eurowag, msts, LogPay, OMV, RESSA, Telepass, Total, Trafineo and UTA.
11 December 2020:
In spite of the Covid-19 crisis, AETIS remains very active to promote the deployment of EETS across Europe
In spite of the Covid-19 crisis, AETIS – the association representing the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) Providers – and its members have remained very active over the past months to promote the deployment of EETS across Europe.
AETIS has adapted to the new normal and changed the way it interacts with its members, the European institutions, the national authorities and the Toll Chargers. Over the past months, we have held numerous videocalls with our partners to ensure the new EETS Directive is genuinely transposed by the October 2021 deadline.
AETIS looks forward to continuing these enhanced dialogues with its partners and hope that by mid-2021 it will be possible to resume face-to-face discussions.
In the meantime, stay safe!