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Fleet Logistics creates new Global Mobility Solutions business

Fleet Logistics has created a new Global Mobility Solutions unit to engage with fleet customers.

The company says the new business brings together the expertise of the existing consultancy division in terms of market intelligence and methodologies, with the data management and analytical skills of the international reporting team.

Thibault Alleyn, the new head of Global Mobility Solutions, said: “Our Global Mobility Solutions unit combines the best of advisory and reporting experts in Fleet Logistics Group and will accelerate our focus on today’s and tomorrow’s hot topics in the fleet and mobility world.

“Amongst the immediate concerns that companies are now facing, companies are making their fleets more efficient, cost-effective and transparent given the severe economic challenges that many face following the crisis.”

The company says it is also looking at introducing a greater share of alternative powertrains, as more people may be remote working and travelling less business miles.

Steffen Schick, CEO at Fleet Logistics Group, said: “We have formed the Global Mobility Solutions unit to engage with stakeholders around the trends that will shape our future mobility and to help them evaluate what their options are, based on our trademark pragmatic and factual approach.

“Cost effectiveness, sustainability and transparency are approached from six key angles: strategy, technology, policy, change, procurement and process.”

Completing its offering, the Global Mobility Solutions unit has a new emphasis on fleet publications, including ‘how to’ guides, country and topical reports and fleet and mobility spend evolution bulletins, says the company.

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