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First project successfully registered under JCM in Viet Nam

Posted: 13/08/2015 10:38

The purpose of the Project is to improve transportation fuel efficiency in diesel-fired freight Nippon Express (Viet Nam) Co., Ltd. transportation fleet of 124 vehicles, trucks and trailers, through the use of a digital tachograph system, while providing the same level of freight transportation services.

The digital tachograph system is a complex system consisting of a hardware and software components, as well as a tailor-made driver training system. The hardware component consists of an onboard terminal with a feedback indicator, installed in each vehicle, as well as a server that will collect and process all the information received via wireless signal from each vehicle. Sound indicators will warn the drivers in instances of inefficient driving. All the information is collected and processed using specialized software.

The system enables the recording and analysis of driving patterns for use in personalized education in efficient driving principles. Each driver will receive individual feedback and evaluation of their skills from their supervisors. Additionally, regular group trainings will be provided in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. In this way safer and more efficient driving patterns are expected to be introduced, leading to less fossil fuel consumption and ultimately less GHG emissions.

The project implementation will lead to environmentally sound and friendly technology and knowhow transfer from Japan and is an example of the application of the Nippon Express Group corporate philosophy to be a driving force of social development. 

The proposed project was partially supported by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan through the financing programme for JCM model projects, which provided financial support of up to 50 % of the initial investment for the projects in order to acquire JCM credits.

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