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  • Overview
  • E-mobility Consulting
  • TCO
  • WLTP
  • IFRS 16
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Driving business mobility forward

Mobility is key to business agility. In today’s fast-paced world, transformation of mobility is fundamental. Our experienced consultants have provided first-class advice for customers across a range of industries and fleet operations for over 20 years. We predict and prevent emerging risks – and enable you to seize opportunities as they arise. We ensure your fleet works for you. Not the other way around.

Benefits of our consulting services

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E-Mobility consulting

With our continuous consulting process, we strive to keep you one step ahead of the competition, all the time. By working closely with you, we don’t just find the solutions that work best for you – but are there to continuously optimise your business mobility.

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Total cost of ownership

Total cost of ownership (TCO) is more critical than ever. As people lose their personal connection to cars though not owning them, more decisions are driven by TCO. We are best positioned to advise you on how you can optimise your fleet and reduce costs. We can also analyse the total cost of mobility (TCM), which provides data on the real cost of each user.

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The Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) laboratory test is now used to measure fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from passenger cars, as well as pollutant emissions. It puts cars through a greater range of driving conditions than its predecessor and it is closer to measuring everyday driving behaviour.

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IFRS 16 is the new lease accounting standard for all companies that was published under the IFRS-accounting rules. Upon publication, lessees were required to bring all leases on their balance sheet, including full operational lease contracts that were previously “off balance”. The impact of the IFRS 16-standard was significant on profit & loss and balance sheets.

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