Post Nord signs deal with Europcar Mobility Group and Mercedes-Benz for e-van rentals

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Europcar Mobility Group, through its Vans & Trucks Business Unit, has signed an innovative business partnership in Denmark with Post Nord and Mercedes-Benz based on a long-term rental solution tailored around the needs of Post Nord.

The partnership will see Mercedes-Benz provide a fleet of 25 e-vans that Europcar Mobility Group Denmark will manage, providing full fleet support, including replacement vehicles, maintenance, repairs, peak fleet provision, as well as vehicle connectivity and data management.

The 25 new Mercedes-Benz eSprinters L2H2 11m3 vans will enable Post Nord to reduce CO emissions by 105 tons per year, in line with its CO neutrality by 2030 objective.

Yvonne Leuschner, Europcar Mobility Group Vans & Trucks business unit director, said, “I would like to thank Post Nord for choosing us as their partner in the deployment and management of their electric fleet, as well as Mercedes-Benz for their close cooperation and support in designing this offer. Without forgetting, of course, the Vans & Trucks Danish teams, who, under the leadership of Jesper Rasmussen, tailored this innovative and fully integrated offer around the needs of Post Nord.

“Being able to engineer such solutions, which leverage technology through vehicle connectivity and data, fleet management and quality of service, makes us very optimistic for 2021, which we envisage with renewed ambitions, sticking to our daily commitment to playing a key role in our customers’ value chain.

“In 2021, we intend to push even stronger, opening new supersites in Germany and Spain, building on the key assets that are our network and the expertise, as well as the strong commitment and dedication to customers, of our entire staff.”

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