Arval Consultancy - SMaRT

 

Our new award-winning SMaRT Methodology is helping businesses plan for the future sustainability of their fleets.

There is a moving landscape, especially in Europe: recent defeat device scandals, new regulatory emission framework and concerns over possible access restrictions in certain large cities has led to growing uncertainty for companies operating fleets. We see this as an opportunity to work with our clients to consider alternatives to diesel for individual needs, journey patterns and the strategic objectives relating to cost, driver satisfaction and CSR. The purpose is not to tell our clients what they should do, but rather ask them what their ambitions are, using our unique SMaRT approach.

 

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Award Winning Solution

Our innovative new SMaRT approach, underpinned by a number of digital tools, recently won the Green Award at the BusinessCar Fleet Technology Awards (Techies). 

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SMART Companies

There is a moving landscape, especially in Europe: recent defeat device scandals, new regulatory emission framework and concerns over possible access restrictions in certain large cities leading to   growing uncertainty for companies operating fleets. Arval see this as an opportunity to work with its clients to consider alternatives to diesel in regard to individual needs, journey patterns and the strategic objectives in relation to cost, driver satisfaction and CSR. The purpose is not to tell clients what they should do, but rather ask them what their ambitions are. Arval’s SMaRT (Sustainable Mobility and Responsibility Targets) methodology consists of 5 steps involving a combination of analysis and tools.

 

When you sign-up for our SMaRT consultation our consultant will guide you through five simple steps:

Step 1

Sustainability Ambitions

The initial step allows clients to define their future mobility and fleet ambitions, benchmarking with maturity levels and their peers as well as getting concrete advice from Arval Consulting on their specific mobility and fleet profiles and possible strategies going forward.

Step 2

Current Fleet Analysis

This part consists of assessing the current fleet on CSR oriented key performance indicators, in order to determine the right replacement strategies for each of its vehicles. Classical reporting tools are used to this purpose, enriched with CSR data.

Step 3

Transition to Green Fleet

Arval has designed and developed a brand new SMaRT calculator, which combines driver profiling to find the best match with a powertrain type from an energy perspective, subsequently looking at CSR and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) as well.

Step 4

Alternative Mobility Solutions

This step is about opening the debate on alternative mobility options that could work for you, enabling you and your company to become even SMaRTer. 

Step 5

Sustainability Targets

The last step of the cycle is about measuring the progress achieved towards initial ambitions, allowing the set-up of transition roadmaps. It also means that the cycle can be repeated by returning to Step 1.

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