About the IFMI
For 18 years, the International Fleet Managers Institute (IFMI) has been organising seminars and webinars with an aim to further encourage internationalization of Fleet an Mobility.
Renowned within the International Fleet & Mobility Community for its educational, non-commercial approach.
Providing information and learnings, via expert presentations , lively workshops or interactive discussions.
Each session is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to gain knowledge and learn skills.
The Institute also provides corporate and mobility managers with a meeting place, where they can exchange experiences and best practices.
NEXT SESSION: 25 MAY 2021
Rightfuelling your Fleet across Europe
Even more than last year the question you need to answer in 2021 is about ICE or EV. Of course, the answer will depend on the driver profile, on the taxation scheme of the countries your drivers live in, on their commute patterns and how and where they live, but CO2 emission reduction needs to be on your To Do list. And alternative powertrained vehicles can support you getting there. Reducing CO2 emissions is not only beneficial for the climate, it also supports fuel efficiency, hence your fleet’s TCO.
In this session you will learn how to transition to a greener fleet in Europe with attention for a coherent vehicle energy programme and by selecting the best possible and most cost efficient vehicles. Indeed, a session you can’t miss!
14h00 Opening & Welcome
By Steven Schoefs, Fleet Europe
14h05 Where and when to start your rightfuelling strategy
In this session we will demonstrate the importance of transitioning your fleet to new energies. We will look at the criteria to consider when doing the green fleet exercise: taxation, regulation and incentives; infrastructure and fleet customer appetite to go EV. We will also detail the readiness of the main European countries regarding energy transition and fleet electrification.
By Sjoerd Brenters, LeasePlan
14h20 The cost of rightfuelling
The cost efficiency of a fleet is paramount. And that does not change with rightfuelling or with electrifying your fleet. Although many countries are promoting electric mobility, there are important country differences and there are as series of parameters, often linked to driver profiling and infrastructure, that can profoundly change and determine the TCO of ICE compared to EV. In this session we will show how you can ensure a correct driver profiling and we will bring insight into the cost factors of EV versus ICE demonstrating where and how new powertrains can be beneficial for your corporate wallet.
By Alix Truyens, ALD Automotive and Sjoerd Brenters, LeasePlan
14h30 Networking & Meet the IFMI partners
14h45 Eyes wide open for the right vehicle
The model mix of electric and electrified vehicles is permanently increasing, but also the performance of ICE vehicles is continuously improving. What are the technical evolutions, what is to know about the delivery expectations and is hybrid more than an intermediate solution? In this session you will get to understand the bigger picture to take the right vehicle and powertrain decision.
By Pawel Zin and Daniel Schessler, SEAT
15h00 Rightfuelling in action
Having a roadmap for your rightfuelling vision is great, but it’s nothing without the implementation and execution. In this session we will explain the success factors for implementation, roll-out and monitoring of a green fleet programme with attention for stakeholder engagement, car policy, fuel and energy management and follow-up.
By Nicolas Michel, Arval
15h15 Your questions about Righfuelling your fleet across Europe answered
DO you have a question regarding the rightfuelling of your fleet? In this session, the IFMI partners will answer your questions regarding the topic.
With all IFMI partners
15h30 Networking & Meet the IFMI partners
In partnership with
For this event we have chosen an online platform that allows you to participate in this IFMI VEx Session with all the advantages of a virtual event.
This online platform will gather the Expert Powers Talks through a virtual Main Stage. In addition, it allows to network via a sponsors area, direct messaging and live video conversations between participants and communication between buyers and suppliers (direct or via a matchmaking tool).
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