21 déc 21

IFMI: What trends and opportunities are waiting for your fleet in 2022?

After another year of hardships and uncertainties, the fleet industry is looking forward to a less precarious twelve months with fewer obstacles and unlimited growth potential. In the next virtual session of IFMI, experts in the industry will discuss the most striking figures and trends of 2021 and provide crucial insight for what is to come in 2022. 

The eruption of the global pandemic and increasing chip-shortage crisis have shifted fleets' business models and strategies worldwide. Remote fleet management became a norm, leasing contracts have been extended, new regulations have been set, and car and tender policies updated. The external crisis in the industry also triggered the megatrends of electrification, shift to alternative energies and partnerships. The most dynamic and resilient fleets are now using the crisis as a springboard to grab a leading position in adapting electrification and new energies. But 2022 will not be easy. 

For 19 years, the International Fleet Managers Institute (IFMI) has been gathering industry experts to discuss the essential trends in the fleet industry and encourage the internationalization of Fleet and Mobility in Europe.

The following virtual IFMI on 22 January will put the most crucial topics expected to emerge in the fleet industry on the table. The session, sponsored by ALD Automotive, Arval, LeasePlan, MHC Mobility, SEAT/Cupra, aims to ease uncertainties in the minds of managers in fleet, mobility, procurement, HR operations, finance and sourcing. 

What is the fleet outlook for 2022 and what does it mean for you?

IFMI is prepared to bring the best insights for the upcoming year, based on what has happened in 2021, to align the past year's numbers with the expectations of 2022. 

Three sessions of IFMI will be crammed with essential data and views to guide the fleet industry towards the best decision-making: 

  • What will be the major market trends in Europe? How will the corporate fleet sales change according to the adoption of alternative and electric powertrains? 
  • What has changed in the company car taxation in 2021, and what new regulations are expected in 2022? 
  • What will be trends to shape the corporate fleet programmes in 2022? 

The shift from traditional fleet management to robust, telematics powered strategies will have profound effects on the industry in 2022. IFMI, the platform of expertise of fleet industry, is aimed to help managers adapt to the swiftly evolving fleet ecosystem through sharing knowledge and experience. 

So, pick up your notes from last time and prepare for the upcoming storm in 2022, meet us in IFMI and register now

Authored by: Mufit Yilmaz Gokmen