Case study: Arval helps Tennant Group clean up its fleet policy
Tennant Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of sustainable cleaning solutions, operating under both the Tennant and Vaclensa brands. Two separate fleets, each consisting of around 60 cars and vans, are operated for these two companies, and Arval has worked with Vaclensa specifically since 2010. Arval has helped Tennant switch to a Whole Life Cost (WLC) model to construct its company car list and accelerate the electrification of its fleet.
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