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Europcar Launches DuoFlex Business Subscription Service

Europcar in the UK has launched a new flexible vehicle subscription service called DuoFlex. The subscription is based on a minimum 28 day rental but also adds a second vehicle for two days, twice a month, which eliminates the additional costs when the usual company vehicle doesn’t fulfill the normal business requirements.

AFP Tackles Fleet Mobility And EV Reimbursement In New Seminar Series

The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is tackling the twin issues of fleet mobility and reimbursement rates for electric vehicles in a series of seminars. The independent organization for professional fleet managers has arranged "Getting Started on Your Mobility Deployment" on 08 September 2021 between 0930-1045.

Donglim Shin Named CEO of Sixt Leasing SE

Donglim Shin has been named CEO of Sixt Leasing SE, succeeding Michael Ruhl. In his new role, Shin is responsible for group strategy and corporate development, sales, marketing, operations, purchasing, remarketing and human resources. Shin started his career at Korea Long Term Credit Bank in 1995 and has held leadership positions in the banking and automotive industry, most recently as president and CEO of Hyundai Capital Canada.

Leasys In The UK Acquires Daily Rental Firm Easirent

Leasys has acquired the UK company ER Capital Ltd, which operates as daily rental firm Easirent. Following the purchase, 20 Easirent rental centers will be rebranded to Leasys which, says the FCA Bank subsidiary, will give the leasing and mobility provider a major role as a 360-degree mobility player in the UK.

Cox Automotive Acquires Fleet Software Company FleetMaster

Cox Automotive has announced the acquisition of the Ghent-based fleet software company FleetMaster. The Belgian company, which also has an office in Long Beach, California, is a specialist in cloud-based workflow technology for the rental, leasing and dealership sectors.

Micromobility Trial in London to Assess e-Scooter Viability

Micromobility took a huge hit during the pandemic. Just as the trend towards the use of shared e-scooters and bicycles was starting to boom, COVID-19 stamped out these gains with an estimated 60% drop in usage. But micromobility is back on the agenda, particularly the use of e-scooters, which are set to play an important role in future fleet provision as part of fleet mobility packages - which would also include train, car rental, bus and shared cycles - in preference to the provision of a comp

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