Study of the financial impact of the WLTP standard on a vehicle fleet and limitation of costs and impacts
- Phase 1: Analyzing the existing portfolio in terms of the full cost per vehicle with the WLTP for the years 2019 and 2020:
- - Car Policy
- - Insurance
- - Fixed-price maintenance package
- - Tire package
- - Fuel card
- - Remote toll-payment
- - Company car tax and penalties
- Phase 2: Reviewing the complete purchasing portfolio to achieve maximum savings:
- - Review of the Car Policy, which had remained unchanged for 10 years, taking into account more environmentally-friendly vehicles (electric and hybrid).
- - New proposals from current rental companies: overall call for tender
- - Renegotiating ancillary contracts: Insurance, Maintenance, Tires, etc.
- Establishment of a new Car Policy: the introduction of gasoline, hybrid and electric vehicles as commercial utility vehicles resulted in annual savings of €57K.
- The renegotiation of ancillary contracts (insurance/tires/gasoline/toll cards, etc.) resulted in an annual saving of €37K.
- The financial impact of the WLTP standard was therefore reduced by 72%.
I have a Master’s degree in Purchasing from Sup de Co Montpellier. Before joining Albert & Co, I worked as a product-family purchaser in industrial purchasing for 6 years, in several areas of the automotive industry.
I joined Albert & Co in 2018 as a consultant in order to expand and diversify my professional experience, to discover new sectors and use the skills I had acquired in large organizations to help smaller, less structured organizations.