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Arval adapts fleet services to meet new expectations post-lockdown

Arval is launching ‘The Journey Goes On’ proposition designed to support customers for the post-lockdown period.

‘The Journey Goes On’ aims to help customers restart their business and get back to work with, safe, sustainable and cost-effective mobility solutions.

Alain van Groenendael, chairman and chief executive officer at Arval Group, said: “Arval changed its brand signature a few months ago to ‘For the many journeys in life’.

“More than ever, we believe that our mission is to help our customers, their drivers and individuals, to face the new journey we are all engaging in. They are all calling for more flexibility, as well as more safety. We want to be there for them, and that’s what ‘The Journey Goes On’ is all about.”

For Arval business customers, the proposition is built on three main pillars:

  • Adapted operations to comply with social-distancing and driver safety: car pick-up and delivery at home or office, on-site maintenance and car sanitisation
  • Flexible, shorter-term leasing solutions available to help businesses restart: a range of vehicles available immediately for leasing for just a few months, aimed at ensuring businesses have mobility solutions in place to get back on their feet and keep employees safe
  • Sustainable and alternative mobility solutions: continuing to help businesses transition to greener fleets through a continued focus on electric vehicles (EVs), whilst also developing the eco-friendly travel proposition further in the future by introducing options like e-Bike leasing as a healthy alternative for employees living closer to work

For personal customers and self-employed professionals where a car is still the right option to travel safely, Arval says ‘The Journey Goes On’ proposition focusses on being affordable, easy and fast.

The proposition will be launched progressively across the UK over the coming weeks.

Since lockdown began, Arval has been helping its customers by offering to review their contracts and extending them if they find themselves facing financial difficulties. 

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