17 Sep 20

Stay ahead of the game at the Fleet Europe Remarketing Forum

The Remarketing Forum takes place on the second day of the Fleet Europe Summit, on 18 November. Like the summit, it will be entirely online. Join the creme de la creme of the European remarketing industry!

Each year, leading experts from the European vehicle remarketing industry meet at the Remarketing Forum. And they'll have much to discuss. The used car sales channels are shifting to online and so are customer preferences. New powertrains are being added to corporate fleets and require their own sales pitch. Older powertrains, and diesel in particular, still need to find new owners, too. Meanwhile, the line between corporate and private consumers is blurring.

Some of the topics you can expect to be tackled:

  • Digital solutions

Online marketplaces create new opportunities for selling used vehicles in a convenient, fast way and at the highest price.

  • EV remarketing

In most cases, battery degradation is not an issue for used electric vehicles. Monitoring the state of batteries does require its own procedures, though.

  • Cross-border sales and transport

It is now easier than ever to advertise used vehicles across borders, but getting the vehicle to their buyer also needs to be done efficiently, fast and at the best price.

  • New technology

The remarketability and residual values can take a hit if your vehicles are not equipped with technology used car buyers have come to expect.

CARA General Assembly

As has been customary for some years, the European Car Remarketing Association CARA will hold its General Assembly in the run-up to the Remarketing Forum. Chairman Wolfgang Reinhold will welcome remarketing leaders from across Europe.

Register now and join us on 18 November for the Remarketing Forum. Registration also gives access to the full Fleet Europe Summit.

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Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck