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16Nov

New: ALD Flex. The company car for short-term mobility needs

New: ALD Flex. The company car for short-term mobility needs

Both economists and experts agree that the future belongs to flexible mobility solutions, and not just since corona arrived on the scene. Because a global crisis like the one we are currently experiencing shows us that stable planning often becomes impossible in a volatile economic situation. ALD Automotive now offers its customers the greatest possible flexibility with ALD Flex. This focuses on company cars that are available immediately with variable terms up to 12 months.

 

As a result, companies can make use of a car spontaneously whenever they need it. This is ideal for temporary projects and also allows a fast and flexible response to peak workloads. ALD Flex offers companies the comfort of a classic company car and includes essential services such as maintenance and repairs, insurance, seasonal tyres and roadside assistance. Fleet managers can choose from a wide range of top-serviced vehicles: from compact cars through to commercial vehicles.

 

ALD Automotive Österreich’s Managing Director Martin Kössler sees ALD Flex as the ideal supplement to a classic full-service leasing agreement. “The key to success lies in flexible mobility solutions. Our offer is aimed at covering short, medium and long-term mobility needs and helping companies with integrated mobility concepts. Everything from one source is the motto that ultimately pays off for the total-cost-of-mobility too,” says the Manager. Because whereas ALD Flex is clearly the best alternative when it comes to flexibility, leasing remains the most attractive solution for companies who can plan their long-term mobility needs and also scores with low monthly costs and individual vehicles. “We want to support our customers and help them implement a diversified mobility strategy, thus ensuring the optimum utilisation of their vehicles, optimised costs and less administrative work thanks to a single provider,” adds Martin Kössler.