Arval Mobility Observatory to bring major insight into new mobility thinking

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Arval is replacing its former Corporate Vehicle Observatory research platform with a new Mobility Observatory initiative to provide a comprehensive insight into the changing world of mobility.

Alain Van Groenendael, Arval CEO

The new Observatory will build on the former French Observatoire du Véhicule d’Entreprise, which was first launched in 2002, and the international Corporate Vehicle Observatory by also providing independent research and intelligence on includes mobility solutions and travel options for individuals alongside established choices such as company vehicles. This includes for smaller firms, individuals and carmakers as well as larger companies and public institutions, providing a cross-industry think tank and expert platform.

Commenting on the launch of the new platform, Yaël Bennathan, the newly appointed head of the Arval Mobility Observatory, said: “The Arval Mobility Observatory is becoming a single, authoritative worldwide expert platform and think tank, observing, studying, interpreting and discussing expected developments in the area of mobility in the broadest sense. We are living exciting times and anticipating fundamental further changes in our industry and should embrace them fast.”

Alain Van Groenendael, Arval CEO, added: “Our view of the future is that mobility and established business transportation choices will operate side by side, and the information produced by Arval Mobility Observatory will be invaluable in helping us to plan that transformation and build the right partnerships across the industry. By doing so, we intend to serve our clients better in a world that will become increasingly connected across vehicles, industry actors and users of our mobility services.”

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