The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way people work, with fewer face-to-face meetings and an inevitable decline in company car mileages.
Latest Arval Mobility Observatory (AMO) research identifies the most popular mobility solutions for fleet. Stephen Briers reports
New mobility alternatives are failing to make a significant dent in the appeal of company cars, new research from Arval suggests.
Arval has produced a new guide for fleet managers based on Government guidance on keeping workplaces safe during the coronavirus crisis.
Arval is launching ‘The Journey Goes On’ proposition designed to support customers for the post-lockdown period.
The UK vehicle leasing company is working to support a number of key businesses, including some of the UK’s largest pharmaceutical and medical supply companies.
Arval is warning plug-in they may need to unplug their electric cars and vans during the coronavirus lockdown to reduce the risk of battery damage.
Industry is working with fleet decision-makers to extend contracts, where necessary, and mitigate potential charges incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breadth and depth of product and service is the Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions mantra.
Collaboration, a desire to listen and an in-depth understanding of their customers’ needs are factors which elevate Fleet Service GB’s customer service.
Arval UK and BNP Paribas Group have joined the UK’s first Hydrogen Taskforce, a coalition of 10 organisations with a shared cross sector vision for hydrogen energy and fuel in Britain.
Fleets should consider rapidly bringing forward their plans to transition to electric vehicles (EVs) following the Government’s commitment to end new petrol, diesel and hybrid car and van sales by 2035, says Arval.
Arval is urging fleets to consider rapidly bringing forward their EV plans, with the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and vans due to end by 2035.
Arval employees at its Paris headquarters have had the chance to experience an electric taxi, ahead of a formal trial.
Fleets continue to play a vital role in driving down vehicle emissions, says Arval UK, after new data shows the improvements being made.
Collision avoidance and emergency braking are the two most desired advanced driver assistance systems by fleet managers, research by Arval has found.
Arrival of new models to further boost demand, but concerns are raised over lack of availability.
Larger companies are more likely to offer employee car leasing than smaller employers, according to research from Arval.
Arval UK is bringing its roadshow to Birmingham on October 16, in an attempt to raise awareness of the benefits of hydrogen cars.
Arval says that 15% of fleet and mobility managers questioned expect to make some adjustment to the cars they offer.
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