Corporate Mobility

Stage 1 - 17/10 10AM-2PM
Discussion Program


10h – 10h45 : Introducing the new mobility systems to companies’ fleets
10h45 – 11h15 : Switching from thermal to electric
11h15 – 12h : What solutions can be used to easily implement an efficient mobility plan?
12h – 12h45 : What are the benefits for employers and companies?
12h45 – 13h30 : Performance and profitability of low-carbon logistic solutions.
13h30 – 14h : How to share distribution platforms?



1- Improving fleet management efficiency and developing services to optimize the daily commute of employees.

Increasing fleet management efficiency

From increasing fleet management efficiency to implementing strategies to optimise employees’ commutes, mobility is becoming a highly discussed topic in companies of all sizes. Fleet managers, HR departments and CSR strategists need to find ways to reduce the losses induced by energy consumed, time spent and stress suffered in business travels and commutes.

What impact will the introduction of WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure) have on how fleet managers calculate their whole-life fleet costs?





Key Stat



In France in 2018, the rate of professional vehicles sold which had diesel engines dropped below 


for the first time since the seventies.



2- Increasing the sustainability and efficiency of last-mile logistics in cities.

Rethinking urban logistics

As e-commerce is thriving and cities are trying to revitalize their centers while cutting down on congestion and emissions, how we engage in urban logistics needs to be dramatically rethought. Carbon-free and city-sized vehicles, for example, should replace the trucks and vans that we still see too often in our streets.

How can distribution platforms be best utilised to increase efficiency and reduce the environmental impact?



Key Stat




The number of parcel deliveries has increased by 48% in just two years, jumping from 44 billion to 65 billion units shipped.

However, in France,


of the miles



driven by logistic operators are still unladen, and only 67% of their vehicles’ capacity is used on average.


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