The ‘intelligent lockdown’ implemented in the Netherlands has revealed that many companies and institutions are much less mobile than they’d like. Large numbers of employees alternate between working from home, in the office or at an external location, and this appears to be an enduring trend. Organisations are meanwhile bound by contracts for (lease) fleets and public transport season tickets. These costs abide regardless of whether employees make use of the benefits or not. Mobility Mixx has published a White Paper that provides an overview of which annual costs you can save on in the 1.5-metre scenario.
Numerous clients have informed us that they’re currently waiving (new) multi-year car leasing contracts, even though employees are entitled to these under normal circumstances. We’re keen to draw your attention to Flex Occasion Lease, an attractive bridging solution that can be used until the situation has returned to normal. Whilst you continue to mull over your future lease car, you get to drive a well-maintained, relatively new car for a fixed, low monthly rate. Flex Occasion Lease starts from €12.16 per day (rate for 3 months+ and 20,000 kilometres per year).
Offices are again being frequented for work and meetings. The demand for ‘healthy’ travel is therefore a hot topic, certainly for the coming period and potentially over the long term. Mobility Mixx actively supports organisations in this transition. The time is thus ripe for familiarising yourself with the various commuting alternatives.
80 shared bicycles and 50 electric shared scooters in Helmond
Businesses in Helmond are presently discovering the benefits of Mobility Mixx. Shared bicycles and electric scooters have recently been installed at various locations throughout the city. Mobility Mixx has made these all available via the Mixx App. Employers can consequently offer their employees a simple alternative for getting from A to B in a smarter and more sustainable manner.
Wageningen University & Research (WUR) commencing with Mobility Mixx in September.
WUR employees regularly use shared transport from the university's various sites. This reflects WUR’s determination to provide their employees with more sustainable travel options. The university also aims to make employee travel as easy and attractive as possible. Mobility Mixx won the tender for this project, which is intended to realise an appropriate mobility solution. The framework agreement for MaaS services (Mobility as a Service) was signed on 1 June.
Four business case studies about mobility in the 1.5 metre economy.
Free white paper
How will the 1.5 metre economy affect the cost of mobility for businesses? How can companies benefit from changing circumstances, but also avoid paying too much? We looked at 4 situations: The self-employed person, travel reimbursement, individual season tickets and collective season tickets. Our conclusion is that fixed mobility costs are under pressure and need to become variable in order to keep the new situation affordable. Is the end of the public transport season ticket and the fixed travel allowance in sight? The figures speak for themselves.
Our first focus is on the health of our and your employees. Almost all of us work from home full time and internal and external appointments all go via telephone and video. To date, we can continue to guarantee the service to you. We are still available 24/7 and delivering new Mixx Cards every day. Our Mixx App and portal “My Mixx” have been improved further and are always available to you and your employees.
Hitachi Capital Corporation (Hitachi Capital) and ARS Traffic & Transportation Technology BV (ARS T&TT) have announced that Hitachi Capital Corporation received 49% of the shares in Mobility Mixx B.V., a subsidiary of ARS Traffic & Transport Technology B.V., on the 28th of October 2019. Since 2001, Mobility Mixx has been active in the Netherlands as a supplier of business mobility and is also successful in offering Mobility-as-a-Service (“MaaS”) and “Smart Mobility” solutions for several years now.