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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

New Arval benchmarking study provides insight into international fleet priorities.

New research from Arval is providing what is believed to be a unique insight into the priorities of fleets that operate on an international basis.

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Malte Lindberg, Head of Arval Consulting & Corporate Vehicle Observatory at Arval Switzerland: “My top five takeaways from the 2018 International Motor Show held in Geneva”

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Arval SME is a dedicated division within Arval, offering leasing solutions to professional, entrepreneurial, self-employed customers, small corporates and individuals. Today, Arval SME Solutions is present in 8 countries, and manages a Full Service Leasing fleet of 210,000 vehicles, in cooperation with more than 2,000 partners. 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

In line with the growing importance of small and medium-sized enterprises in European business fabrics, the Corporate Vehicle Observatory (CVO) zoomed in on this specific segment of economic activity and in 2017 sought to listen to the voice of the various European officials in such varied areas. 

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Last year the organic growth of the Arval leased fleet throughout the world was 7.4%, reaching another record-breaking figure of 1,103,835 vehicles. This healthy rise was mainly fueled by the core market pillars (France +5%, Spain +15% and Italy +10%) as well as double-digit growth in many other countries such as Austria (+10%), Belgium (+12%), Czech Republic (+12%), Luxembourg (+22%), Poland (+19%), Russia (+12%), Turkey (+16%), and Latam region (+13%).

Monday, February 12, 2018

In line with the growing importance of small and medium-sized enterprises in European business fabrics, the Corporate Vehicle Observatory (CVO) zoomed in on this specific segment of economic activity and in 2017 sought to listen to the voice of the various European officials in such varied areas. 

Friday, February 2, 2018

In The Mobility Revolution, I reported on an “on-demand sharing economy project in progress in the Finnish capital Helsinki, where a plan to transform the public transport system” would work so seamlessly that “people would naturally prefer the new mobility system rather than owning a car.”

Monday, January 22, 2018

Imagine, then, that data is not just being gathered by the cities – but by every citizen, who becomes a node in the urban data network. The global Smart Citizen project sees its members monitor air pollution, noise and light data in their neighborhoods in a way that can directly contribute to their city’s data set, which ultimately benefits each city ‘user’ – in the same way that individual data sent to Google Maps or Waze creates a benefit to each other user as well.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

There are more than 20 million (SMEs) independent companies and professionals in Europe, making 99% of the business fabric in Europe (1). In general, almost 90% of these companies have between 1 and 9 vehicles in their fleet. As they used to buy their own company car, a study from the Corporate Vehicle Observatory showed that 14% prefer to opt for full service leasing (2). How can we explain this shift?

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