Sixt Sense introduce set to introduce corporate car leasing

Sixt Leasing Ireland are set to present a new concept of leasing services called Corporate Car Sharing, which has already been launched across Europe and is now set for the irish market.

The car sharing market has grown 3.5 million members and 80,000 vehicles in 2013 worldwide, and it is likely that this trend will continue in the future.

Sixt says corporate mobility needs are changing from big cars for high level managers towards a more cost effective and green fleet management practices. And here is where corporate car sharing plays an essential role.

Similar to Dublin bikes, Sixt Corporate CarSharing is said to minimize the cost of alternative mobility solutions for businesses, such as taxi or public transport; and reduces the administrative burden by providing keyless entry and electric driver’s log book.

It is said to be ideal for work-related day trips, direct travel between corporate locations, and as a tool of motivation for employees, as they could use it for personal purposes.

The new scheme will be launched early next month.


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