Belgium

What if mobility no longer revolved around transportation... 

...but quality of life?

 

Imagine the following scenario: someone living in a provincial town has to commute daily to Brussels. As she walks out of her apartment, her smartphone informs her of the nearest available shared electric car. Once inside, she gets a report on current traffic conditions and train times, her emails converted into voice messages and listens to a track from her favorite band’s new album? She drives to the nearest station and takes the train to Brussels. From the Brussels North station, she takes a shared bicycle for the last few km to her office. All this happens seamlessly, as every stage of the trip is paid for through a single ‘mobility provider’.  Has mobility become a quality of life issue instead of a transport issue?

What if mobility no longer revolved around transportation

Global Connectivity

  

As the world becomes increasingly global, it is clear that countries must offer their citizens and businesses greater connectivity to the outside world.

 

Urban Mobility

  

How much time do your employees spend in traffic each week? Regardless of where they live or work, there is a fairly good chance their personal urban mobility is constricted by congestion. Congestion is not only frustratingly inconvenient, but also hugely expensive.

 

Company Cars

  

Traditionally the company car plays a central role in Belgium, not only as a means of transport in a professional context, but also as an attractive form of alternative remuneration.

Flexible Mobility Solutions

 

By adopting flexible solutions in mobility, companies will offer staff the opportunity to create a personalized transportation package in function of their needs and budget.

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Erik Clinck

Erik Clinck

Head of Markets

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