The rate of consolidation and mergers between automotive giants is going to ramp up over the next five to 10 years, according to KPMG.
Richard Chadwick promoted to head of Alphabet partner.
Car-sharing platform Drivy has launched a new hourly pricing option after being rebranded as Getaround.
The UK’s leading fleet event is evolving next year to become Fleet & Mobility Live 2020 to reflect the pace of change in the industry.
Enterprise car club launches partnership with Ore Valley Housing Association.
Leon Hurst has joined Trak Global Group (TGG) as CEO for mobility to lead the company’s growth plans in the automotive and mobility sectors.
By Jonathan Bray, director at the Urban Transport Group.
Delegates to this year’s Fleet Live will hear the latest on BMW and Daimler’s joint mobility venture Share Now and how it will fit in an increasingly electric, autonomous and on-demand future.
Mobility platform Karhoo is expanding its first- and last-mile offering globally, through a new partnership with booking and dispatch specialist iVcardo.
Providing a breadth of solutions designed to complement traditional company cars will be key for future employee mobility, says Alphabet (GB).
Smart Transport Conference delegates will be able to hear from a range of experts in the field of future mobility, on September 18.
Fleet decision-makers wanting to embrace the corporate mobility mindset should focus on three key areas of travel provision, says Goodwood Corporate Mobility.
Enterprise has introduced eight Toyota C-HR hybrid SUVs to its Car Club network in Edinburgh.
East Hertfordshire will benefit from a fleet of new electric vehicles, available for use through Europcar’s E-Car car sharing platform.
A new report, released today, is urging the Government to support flexible, pay-as-you-go forms of motoring.
Company cars are still the preferred method of travel by the majority of companies that operate fleets, according to Arval.
LowCVP says that compact, lightweight electric or low-emission vehicles have the potential to provide mobility solutions for people living in towns and cities.
Fleet managers starting to be replaced by mobility and travel managers
Almost three quarters (73%) of British workers still believe a car is essential to their daily commute, according to new research by Alphabet.
Construction workers on one of Bristol’s biggest developments will saddle up on eight Brompton bikes to commute to and from the site.
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