The European Commission has approved the merger of BMW Group and Daimler AG’s mobility services business units, subject to conditions.
Multiple channels, multiple products and services and a diverse customer base evens out IFS’s risk. That’s how MD Matt Rumble likes it.
Europcar UK published a new white paper exploring the evolving world of vehicle ‘usership’ and its potential for fleet managers in a challenging landscape.
Traditionally, company car fleets have been the answer to business mobility, but the company car is rapidly becoming only one part of a broader mobility mix, says Fleetworx.
ViaVan, a joint venture between on-demand shared transit specialists Via and Mercedes-Benz Vans, is launching its shared ride service in Milton Keynes.
Fleetondemand has launched its Mobilleo mobility as a service app for business, via desktop, IOS and Android.
The West Midlands will become the UK’s first Future Mobility Area, receiving £20 million of Government funding.
Groupe Renault and ADA are launching the Moov’in.Paris app for a car-sharing service for electric vehicles in Paris.
Employers would be “mad” to keep fleet and travel information in different silos and not manage it to introduce effective mobility management policies.
New insight from Ito World reveals how data and alternative transport can combat congestion, pollution and private car dependency in global cities.
The BVRLA has called for the Government to provide more guidance and support to cities trying to get to grips with new and disruptive forms of mobility.
By Justin Whitston, chief executive of Fleet-on-Demand
Ford’s ride-sharing shuttle service Chariot has expanded its routes, providing out-of-town services for the first time.
The Government wants to enable a sea change in how people, goods and services are moved around the country by resolving barriers to data sharing.
Volkswagen has announced We Share, an all-electric car sharing service in selected major cities.
Audi is planning to introduce its On Demand mobility service - which currently allows retail customers to hire cars from one to 28 days - to UK businesses next year.
Volkswagen Financial Services UK (VWFS) has launched a car rental service in the UK.
Mobility as a service (MaaS) developers have received a major boost after train companies agreed to publish more real-time information.
Instead of using the car to get from A to B, private and business motorists will choose multi-modal options, experts predict.
Just 2% of UK businesses would consider giving up their company cars, according to new research from Arval.
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