SOGO Mobility, the flexible mobility provider, is moving to new offices on the Cranfield Technology Park in Bedfordshire.
The new building is almost three times bigger than its existing office with space for up to 80 employees. SOGO said it will also enable an innovation hub that will speed the company’s roll out of new digital tools to improve the customer experience.
With the office move, SOGO Mobility says it has enhanced its environmental credentials by achieving scope 2 emissions targets. According to the Green House Gases Protocol, scope 2 emissions represent at least a third of global greenhouse gas emissions and include indirect greenhouse gas emissions from purchased or acquired energy, like electricity, generated offsite and consumed by the reporting company.
The company has a groundbreaking partnership with BP that ensures every mile driven in any of its vehicles is offset in a globally recognised carbon-offset scheme.
SOGO Mobility’s fleet was recorded at 4132 cars and vans in 2022, moving up the FN50 chart of leasing companies by size to position 32, having virtually doubled its fleet to 4132 cars and vans from last year.
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