Arval's leased fleet now totals nearly 1.5 million vehicles. In that same time, 32.7% of Arval new vehicle orders were electrified vehicles (a 5.5% increase over March 31,2021), indicating a clear increase in the industry’s transition to alternative energies.
“In these first three months of 2022, Arval’s performance has surpassed that of the rest of the market said,” Alain van Groenendael, Arval Chairman and CEO. “This is an outstanding achievement, especially considering the obstacles associated with the pandemic, new vehicle shortages, the crisis in Ukraine, and unprecedented challenges in the global macroeconomic environment.”
Arval recently launched “The Journey Goes On” to assist clients in planning and uncovering the best mobility solution. In addition, Arval offers contract extensions (when applicable); flexible leasing solutions, and Arval Connect, a tool to control fleet cost and accelerate the energy transition.
“The recent results from the annual Arval Mobility Observatory Barometer show that, despite our current turbulent environment, fleet and mobility decision makers remain optimistic about the future: 94% of them expect their fleets to remain stable or grow over the next three years,” said van Groenendael.