Fleet Week webinar: Maximising LCV utilisation through flexibility
In the last deepdive webinar of this Fleet Week, you will find out how you can increase your LCV operations, maximise the usage and respond to peak demand by allowing flexibility in your strategy.
From 26 to 30 April, Fleet Europe dedicates an entire week to commercial fleets. Join us for a series of podcasts and webinars and find out how you can make eLCVs a reality, why connected LCV fleets are the best LCV fleets and how flexibility can improve LCV utilisation.
Deepdive webinar on Friday, 30 April: Maximising LCV utilisation through flexibility
Standing still is not an option. It’s vital for your business and your company’s wallet that your LCV fleet is running as much as possible and that your vehicles are adapted to the business and transport they need to be used for. To maximise the utilisation of your LCV fleet both in capacity and in running time, flexibility is the answer.
- Yvonne Gabler (pictured on top, left), Executive Director Special Sales Van & Trucks, Sixt
- Stuart Mobility Donnelly (pictured on top, centre), Senior Director International Sales, Sixt
- Alexander Boone (pictured on top, right), Senior Director Mobility Innovation, Sixt
Earlier this week
Earlier this week, the Fleet Week covered various topics related to LCV fleets and e-LCVs more in particular. The eLCV market is expanding rapidly with models that are more capable than ever, matching the growth rate of e-commerce. Driven by CSR or regulation, corporates are keen on adopting electric vans, but it is not a decision to be taken lightly. As Webfleet Solutions’ CEO Taco van der Leij explained, corporates had better rely on telematics to indicate which ICE vans can be replaced, where and when. To make eLCVs work, it is crucial to monitor battery use, manage and schedule charging and coach the drivers.
You can also watch a video podcast with Matt Dael, EV Business Owner at ALD Automotive, who answers the crucial question: "To e-LCV or not to e-LCV".
Image copyright: Shutterstock, portrait pictures: Sixt SE