SOGO mobility, which provides vehicles on a month by month flexilease basis, is increasing the size of its fleet to meet demand from SME fleet customers.
According to SOGO, over the last 12 months its SME fleet customers have grown by 92.4% as businesses look for greater flexibility around vehicle provision.
The company argues that small businesses are increasingly reluctant to sign lengthy leases due to the threat of recession. The approach has seen corporate customers grow from 56% to 89% of revenue in the last 12 months, it says.
Part of the approach to SMEs has been to invest in more EVs as companies begin to decarbonise.
The company launched a salary sacrifice scheme for monthly leasing to speed up the process by making an EV more affordable it says. In addition, SOGO claims it has developed a package of measures to help motorists enjoy running their EVs and introduced an industry-leading carbon offsetting scheme with BP for those who can’t transition to EVs at the moment.
Karl Howkins concluded:
Chasetown Civil Engineering is running a significantly more efficient fleet thanks to a bespoke solution from CBVC Vehicle Management