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Next generation sustainable mobility solutions

Advisory Services, mobility solutions & strategic partnerships with ALD Automotive

As a leading global mobility provider, ALD Automotive is committed to supporting its clients with innovative and sustainable mobility solutions. ALD Automotive supports its corporate clients by providing eco-friendly fleets and mobility solutions whether it be to reduce fleet emissions, improve safety on the road or promote new mobility solutions. A particular focus is made on providing:

  • Advisory services: to help clients reduce the environmental impact of their fleet, ALD Automotive strives to ensure that clients are able to identify the right vehicles for their fleet. This involves conducting a needs analysis, measuring a fleet’s carbon footprint, improving client awareness on the benefits of alternative powertrains (battery electric vehicles, full hybrids, plug-in hybrids in particular), explaining local legal and fiscal restrictions and helping to initiate eco-driving programs.
  • Mobility solutions: a strategic focus has been placed on investing in new mobility solutions that will transform the use of the car into mobility as a service. ALD Automotive provides solutions such as Corporate car sharing and car swapping services which provide alternatives in response to the gradual shift away from the “one user = one car” traditional model to more collaborative solutions.
  • Strategic partnerships: the transition to alternative powertrains requires partnering with key energy providers and ALD Automotive has signed a number of partnerships to collectively launch new electrified mobility solutions which combine driving electric vehicles and charging facilities.

At the end June 2018, ALD Automotive’s alternative fleet amounted to 84,000 vehicles (electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles) under management. This should continue to evolve with the global market as demand and technology further develop and ALD Automotive’s ambition is to reach a fleet of more than 200,000 alternative vehicles by 2020.