The Arval Mobility Observatory is an international expertise platform geared towards fleet and mobility. We conduct various international surveys on trends in business mobility every year.
Background of the Arval Mobility Observatory
The Arval Mobility Observatory was founded in 2002 by BNP Paribas and its subsidiary Arval. Today, the Arval Mobility Observatory is present in 11 countries and is tasked with engaging all players in the sector in discussions on the development of mobility in a broader sense.
Arval is only the founder and the leasing company has no influence on how the surveys are conducted and analysed. This allows the Arval Mobility Observatory to guarantee its independence.
ABOUT ARVAL MOBILITY OBSERVATORY
The Arval Mobility Observatory is widely recognised as one of the most authoritative think tanks in the fleet and mobility sector. It sets out to share detailed and accurate information with all kinds of audiences, provide more insight into the new mobility paradigm in which we evolve, and help us find our way in the ever-increasing range of mobility solutions. The Arval Mobility Observatory publishes its barometer annually – an extensive survey of trends in Europe.
BAROMETER FOR BELGIUM 2021
The Arval Mobility Observatory Barometer is the result of a large-scale, independent research study into trends in the world of leasing companies.Read the BarometerFleet Barometer Belgium 2021Download here the PDF "Fleet Barometer".
Why choose Arval?
Reliable leasing partner
With more than 70.000 cars we are the largest leasing company in Belgium.
Besides, we are also a subsidiary of BNP Paribas Fortis.
Peace of mind
We take care of the order, all services and we even take back the vehicles.
So, you can drive with peace of mind.
Full service package included
Depending on your needs, we have the most common services included in the price.
The final choice of services is up to you.
1 contact person for all your questions
You will always be in touch with the same contact person who will answer
all your questions.