Arval and XXImo introduce Arval Mobility Card
Enabling the transition towards an integrated mobility policy. That's the goal of the new Arval Mobility Card that Arval has introduced in collaboration with XXImo.
The Arval Mobility Card gives its users access to public transport, taxis, shared cars and bicycles, high-speed rail and a growing number of EV charging stations. The card used payment technology of Visa and XXImo.
Initially, the mobility card will be offered to Belgian and Dutch customers. Other markets will follow in the future.
Freedom of choice
Liam Donnelly, general manager, Arval Netherlands: "If you want to be an appealing employer, you have to offer your employees choice. Thanks to the innovations of XXImo, our mobility platform Arval Mobility Link becomes even more comprehensive so companies can offer their employees more freedom of choice."
Patrick Bunnik, CEO, XXImo said: "Our card gives Arval a tool to plan, pay and process corporate mobility. Arval clients can determine for each individual employee what mobility services they can use and up to what amount. That's all done digitally. No more receipts and expense notes!"
Mr Bunnik said: "When a major mobility actor like Arval embraces our Mobility Card, that shows there is a growing demand for flexible mobility. We see more and more Belgian companies offering their employees a mobility budget. We at XXImo are happy that the Belgian government has announced legislation to make a mobility budget more attractive from a fiscal point of view."