Companies are calling for new thinking from policy makers and corporate leaders. For example, businesses like Europcar Mobility Group are promoting a completely “open transport system” that will enable MaaS to deliver economic benefits to cities in a sustainable way.
Jehan de The from Europcar Mobility Group said “a completely open transport system, or “Mobility as a Service” would bring economic benefits to cities in a sustainable way. He said that while progress would be dependent on new thinking from global policymakers and business leaders, technology was not a barrier.”
Europcar Mobility Group is a major player in mobility markets and listed on Euronext Paris. The mission of Europcar Mobility Group is to be the preferred “Mobility Service Company” by offering alternative attractive solutions to vehicle ownership, with a wide range of mobility-related services: vehicle-rental, chauffeur services, car-sharing, scooter-sharing and peer-to-peer car-rental.
Europcar Mobility Group operates through multi brands to meet different requirements – it’s four major brands are: Europcar® – the European leader in vehicle rental services, Goldcar® – the most important low-cost car-rental company in Europe, InterRent® – ‘mid-tier’ brand focused on leisure and Ubeeqo® – one of the European leaders in car-sharing (BtoB, BtoC).
Europcar Mobility Group delivers its mobility solutions worldwide solutions through an extensive network in 135 countries (including 16 wholly owned subsidiaries in Europe, 2 in Australia and New Zealand, franchises and partners).