Arval’s activity continued to develop well in the first half of 2021 thanks to the quality of its services and the strength of its business model: the leased fleet grew by 6.4% compared to the end of June 2020, reaching 1,416,777 vehicles, despite the longer delivery time for new cars in connection with the current shortage of semi-conductors on the market. It confirmed Arval’s position as the European leader in full service multi-brand leasing.
Arval’s Autonomous Shuttle: Witness the start of an emissions-free public transport revolution
Arval is leading an important sustainable mobility project to appraise the viability of autonomous shuttles. Marie Chambat, Product Manager at Arval France with responsibility for the scheme, explains why the trial could prove to be of great significance…
WHY BIKES ARE BOOMING AS BUSINESS TRANSPORT
One of the most noticeable trends resulting from the pandemic has been a boom in bicycle sales and use, with many countries registering record numbers of purchases in 2020. At Arval, we can report with certainty that this continuing phenomenon has fed through into the business world, with hugely increased demand from employers and employees for bike-based mobility solutions. We spoke to Emmanuel Mellier, Marketing Manager at Arval, and Regis Masera, Consulting Director at Arval France, about the trends they are seeing.
Why connectivity is essential for Arval's future mobility
Arval was an early adopter of telematics, and now it reaps the benefits of its experience. Because more connectivity means more flexibility, and that’s what today’s customers want. Grégoire Chové, Managing Director of Arval Europe, guides us through Arval’s telematics journey.
ARVAL LAUNCHES AN AMBITIOUS INTERNATIONAL BIODIVERSITY PROJECT: 1 ELECTRIFIED VEHICLE = 1 TREE*
Arval, a global leader in full-service vehicle leasing and sustainable mobility solutions, is launching its first international biodiversity project. One tree will be planted for each electrified vehicle leased by Arval in the same country where the vehicle is delivered. The objective is to promote local biodiversity and engage local employees and Arval customers. By the end of 2025, Arval’s ambition is to have funded more than 500,000 trees.
Why now is the moment to transition to sustainable mobility
Mobility solutions are climbing up the corporate agenda at a pace, a fact underlined by the recently-published, latest edition of the Arval Mobility Observatory Barometer. It shows that internationally, more than seven out of 10 companies surveyed have already implemented mobility solutions including use of public transport (35%), ride sharing between employees (34%) and corporate car sharing (28%).
Arval Mobility Observatory Fleet Barometer 2021: Fleets are more confident than before the pandemic
Fleets are more confident about the future than before the pandemic. “They’re increasingly catering to the mobility needs of all employees,” explains Yaël Bennathan, Head of the Arval Mobility Observatory in an exclusive interview with Fleet Europe. And that is just one of many remarkable findings in its Mobility and Fleet Barometer 2021, out today.