Michelin encourages ongoing development of sustainable technologies in place of Movin’On World Summit

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Despite the cancellation of Michelin’s Movin’On World Summit on Sustainable Mobility, the tire maker is encouraging groups and companies to continue with the development of sustainable mobility solutions for the future.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Movin’On summit – due to take place in Montreal on June 3-5, has been canceled. The event team are currently working closely with partnerships and stakeholders in the summit to find alternative options for brands to continue advancing their green technology and sustainable projects. The event brings together around 5,000 people from major companies each year with an aim to offer concrete solutions and innovations to meet global mobility needs.

Speaking about the cancellation, Florent Menegaux, president of the Michelin Group, and honorary president of Movin’On, said, “Faced with this unprecedented global health crisis, the main priority of the Movin’On team is to protect the health of our employees, our ecosystem partners and our participants.  This is why we have decided to cancel the Movin’On World Summit, which was planned to take place in Montreal.”

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