Strategic Assessment of European Corporate Carsharing Market

Strategic Assessment of European Corporate Carsharing Market

Nearly 85,000 Vehicles in Corporate Carsharing Fleets by 2020

RELEASE DATE
25-Apr-2014
REGION
Europe
Research Code: M9FA-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU00102-EU-MT_08656

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This research service defines and quantifies the market for the growing corporate preference towards corporate carsharing—placing a dedicated fleet of vehicles on company premises for shared use amongst the company’s employees. This allows remote booking, keyless access to vehicles, and increased usage for business and private trips, which are charged to employees in arrears, with billing and payment often supplied as a value-added service from the corporate carsharing operator. In this study, Frost & Sullivan compares the different service levels offered by leasing and traditional carsharing-based business models; it also outlines in detail the benefits of this model to employers and employees alike. Having undertaken considerable primary research with leading market participants, quantitative forecast scenarios are provided that confirm the current market size at almost 2,000 vehicles in Europe, with the potential to grow to 85,000 vehicles by 2020. Finally, considerations of current and future providers are given in terms of the differences in the operating model, and possible collaborations and convergences to achieve their growth objectives.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Executive Summary—System Definitions

Executive Summary—System Definitions (continued)

Executive Summary—System Segmentation

Executive Summary—Key Participants

Executive Summary—Corporate Carsharing Market

Executive Summary—Key Success Factors

Executive Summary—Countrywide Analysis

Executive Summary—Convergence in Corporate Carsharing

Executive Summary—Business Model Analysis

Executive Summary—Key Participant Fee Structure Analysis.

Executive Summary—Key Participant Fee Structure Analysis (continued)

Executive Summary—Key Participant Comparison of Operating Model

Executive Summary—Key Findings and Future Outlook

Executive Summary—Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Executive Summary—Associated Multimedia

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Key OEM Groups Compared in this Study

System Definitions

System Definitions (continued)

System Segmentation

System Segmentation (continued)

Definitions—Markets and Units

Evolution of Corporate Mobility

What is Driving Corporate Carsharing?

Factors Influencing Adoption of Corporate Carsharing

Factors Influencing Adoption of Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Factors Influencing Adoption of Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Factors Influencing Adoption of Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Benefits and Impacts of Corporate Carsharing

Pull and Push Factors Driving Growth of EVs in Corporate Carsharing

Benefits of Corporate Carsharing Partnerships

Industry Challenges

Corporate Carsharing—How it Works

Corporate Carsharing—How it Works (continued)

Business Model Analysis for Corporate Carsharing

Business Model Analysis

Business Model Analysis—CSO vs. Non-CSO Model (continued)

Countrywide Analysis for Corporate Carsharing

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants in Europe

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants in Europe (continued)

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—AlphaCity

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—ALD Sharing

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Arval

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Renault

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Carbox

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—PSA/Sixt

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Greenwheels

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Athlon

Key Corporate Carsharing Participants and their Business Models—Mobility Mixx

Key Participant Fee Structure Analysis

Key Participant Fee Structure Analysis (continued)

Drivers for Profitability—Corporate Carsharing

Drivers for Profitability—Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Drivers for Profitability—Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Revenue Model Analysis for Non-CSO Operators

Revenue Model Analysis CSO Operators

Corporate Carsharing Cost Breakdown Analysis

Corporate Carsharing Cost Breakdown Analysis (continued)

Operational Model of Corporate Carsharing

Snapshot of the Market

Mobility Allowances by Companies Primarily Drive Adoption

Corporate Carsharing—Scenario Analysis for Corporate Carsharing Vehicles

Addressable Market Opportunity Forecast for Corporate Carsharing

Corporate Carsharing Market—Penetration Analysis

Forecast Scenario Assumptions for Corporate Carsharing

Forecast Scenario Assumptions for Corporate Carsharing (continued)

Number of Corporate Employees Using Corporate Carsharing Vehicles

Convergence in Corporate Carsharing

Countrywide Analysis for Corporate Carsharing Vehicles

Opportunity Analysis for Key Corporate Carsharing Countries

Corporate Carsharing Key Findings and Future Outlook

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—3 Key Study Findings

Five Key Predictions for Corporate Carsharing Market

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Table of Acronyms Used

Learn More—Next Steps

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This research service defines and quantifies the market for the growing corporate preference towards corporate carsharing—placing a dedicated fleet of vehicles on company premises for shared use amongst the company’s employees. This allows remote booking, keyless access to vehicles, and increased usage for business and private trips, which are charged to employees in arrears, with billing and payment often supplied as a value-added service from the corporate carsharing operator. In this study, Frost & Sullivan compares the different service levels offered by leasing and traditional carsharing-based business models; it also outlines in detail the benefits of this model to employers and employees alike. Having undertaken considerable primary research with leading market participants, quantitative forecast scenarios are provided that confirm the current market size at almost 2,000 vehicles in Europe, with the potential to grow to 85,000 vehicles by 2020. Finally, considerations of current and future providers are given in terms of the differences in the operating model, and possible collaborations and convergences to achieve their growth objectives.
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Author Martyn Briggs
Industries Automotive
WIP Number M9FA-01-00-00-00
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