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How a sustainable mobility policy can help increase the well-being of your employees

Find out how a sustainable mobility policy can help you increase the well-being and engagement of your employees by providing a wide range of commuting options.

Thu 29/02/24
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Tax evolution for 2024

Arval Mobility Observatory is pleased to share with you a synthesis of changes to statutory taxation and the associated mechanisms evolutions in Europe, by country.
As follows, you will find a non-exhaustive list highlighting the evolution of Governmental taxation, grants and bonus schemes for 2024 in several European countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK).

Thu 15/02/24
Fleet Europe Days 23

Arval attended the Fleet Europe Days 2023 in Lisbon

The 2023 edition of Fleet Europe Days has come to an end. The top event for fleet and mobility decision makers, which took place in Lisbon on the 22nd and 23rd of November, has brought together industry leaders for an international conference on the transformative journey of the mobility sector and its latest innovations and challenges.

Tue 28/11/23
connect data

Unlocking the Power of Data and Energy Efficiency with Arval Connect

In the dynamic realm of fleet management, maintaining a competitive edge necessitates innovative solutions that control expenses, enhance safety, and champion sustainability. Arval, a pioneering leader in leasing services and mobility solutions, rises to this challenge with its groundbreaking offering – Arval Connect. This comprehensive connected solution not only streamlines fleet operations, but also supports the acceleration of the transition towards sustainable mobility, making significant strides towards energy efficiency.  

Wed 27/09/23
Women riding a car

Arval Driving Rewards: Championing Safe and Responsible Driving

In today's rapidly evolving world of mobility, safety and sustainability remain crucial themes that dominate discussions. To respond to that, Arval, a leader in long-term leasing services and mobility solutions, has unveiled in 2022 an exciting programme in Italy named “Arval Driving Rewards”. This innovative initiative not only encourages safe driving, but also offers substantial rewards for individuals who embrace responsible driving practices.

Wed 20/09/23
woman on a bike

Accelerating the Transition to Sustainable Mobility: Our Commitment to European Mobility Week 2023

Empowering change with innovation, flexibility, and a vision for a better future.

In an era where the need for sustainable mobility solutions has never been more urgent, Arval is delighted to announce its enthusiastic participation in the 2023 European Mobility Week. This year's theme, "Save Energy," resonates deeply with Arval’s duty and underscores the critical role the leasing and new mobility leader plays in shaping a more sustainable future.

Mon 18/09/23
Autonomy 2023

The Business of Mobility: Arval finds value in sustainable mobility

The Business of Mobility is a series of articles featuring business leaders in sustainable mobility. Q&A with Ronan Perrier, Head of Arval Consulting & Arval Mobility Observatory and Ross Douglas, Founder at Autonomy.

Arval was founded in 1989 and is fully owned by BNP Paribas, the top bank in the European Union. Arval is a specialist in leasing and new mobility solutions and a European leader in multibrand vehicle leasing company. They employ 8,000 people and have 1.6 million vehicles in their fleets across 29 countries, with the aim of reaching 2 million by 2025. Arval have diversified their offering to ‘integrated mobility’, i.e. “balancing vehicle leasing with alternative forms of mobility such as car sharing, carpooling, bikes and electric scooters.”

Thu 06/07/23
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The Arval Mobility Observatory ebook and webinar Towards an end to crashes

Across much of Europe, we have made significant progress in terms of road safety over the past two decades – road traffic fatalities have fallen by two thirds since 2000. But the rate of improvement has stalled recently, with half of European countries even posting increased vehicle-related fatalities in 2021. In spite of vast improvements to vehicle safety, we are not yet on the trajectory set out by “Vision Zero” – the European Union’s aim to reduce Road Safety deaths by half through the end of 2030 and to zero by 2050.
Protecting human lives and livelihoods disproportionately contributes to economic and social gain. What’s more, improving road safety and reducing emissions are both clear commitments made within the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.And it simply makes sense; it’s the humane thing to do.

This is why we felt it important to write this paper now – to reemphasize the urgency of this problem, highlight the key levers, and outline opportunities for improvement.

Fri 30/06/23