27 May 2021
Leasys will supply operating vehicles, tricycles and quadricycles to Poste Italiane
Leasys will provide Poste Italiane with 13,647 operating vehicles, which are intended for local operations in the North-East and the Centre-South of Italy, a fleet that has more than doubled, compared to the 6,200 vehicles currently provided. More than 2,000 of the vehicles supplied to the Group will be fully electric. The first orders will arrive within the year, with the addition of vehicles to the fleet that will be carried out progressively.
- Leasys will provide Poste Italiane with 13,647 operating vehicles, which are intended for local operations in the North-East and the Centre-South of Italy, a fleet that has more than doubled, compared to the 6,200 vehicles currently provided.
- More than 2,000 of the vehicles supplied to the Group will be fully electric.
- The first orders will arrive within the year, with the addition of vehicles to the fleet that will be carried out progressively.
Rome, 27 May 2021
Leasys, a subsidiary of FCA Bank and a Stellantis brand, won the tender launched in November 2020 by Poste Italiane, for the renewal of over 18,000 operating vehicles. The contract awarded to Leasys covers 13,647 new vehicles and enables Leasys to increase significantly its engagement with the postal services company, as it will supply Poste Italiane's local operations in the North-East and Central-Southern Regions of Italy a fleet that is more than doubled, compared with the 6,200 vehicles currently provided.
Under the terms of the contract, Leasys will make available mostly vehicles from the Stellantis Group. In fact, of the 13,647 vehicles awarded to Leasys, over 11,000 will be Fiat and Fiat Professional, around 300 Iveco and 2,174 between Opel and Peugeot. The latter, in particular, will be fully electric (1,774 Opel Corsa-e and 400 Peugeot e-Expert), in line with Leasys's commitment to reducing CO2 emissions and promoting increasingly eco-sustainable mobility. The remaining part of the fleet supplied to Poste Italiane will be made up of vehicles of other brands.
Moreover, about 10% of the new vehicles supplied will be used by Poste Italiane's corporate car sharing service. Leasys will also manage the related platform, with the support of its technological partner Targa Telematics.
The first orders for the tender, launched in mid-November 2020, are expected in July and the vehicles will be delivered within the next seven months.
Leasys, a Stellantis Brand, and a subsidiary of FCA Bank, a 50:50 joint venture between Stellantis and Crédit Agricole, was established in September 2001. Leasys offers a complete and innovative system of mobility services to individuals, professionals and businesses of all sizes: from short, medium and long-term rentals to peer-to-peer car sharing via the U Go platform and I-Link. At the end of 2019, it launched the first car subscription service in Italy with CarCloud. With the Clickar brand, Leasys is also one of the leading Italian online and offline retailers of pre-owned company cars to individuals, professionals and companies. Headquartered in Italy, Leasys began a process of internationalization in 2017 by opening multiple offices throughout Europe: today the company operates in Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, Denmark, Greece and Poland, managing a fleet that will have over 400,000 vehicles by the end of 2021. In June 2019, the company launched the Leasys Mobility Stores, physical outlets with a grassroots presence across Italy. The Stores, which provide customers access to all the mobility services provided by Leasys, are now available in France as well and will open soon also in the other European countries where the company is operational. With the launch of the first totally electrified Mobility Store in Torino Caselle airport, Leasys is on track to become a key operator also for sustainable mobility. In fact, thanks to the installation of over 1,200 charging stations in all the stores, at the end of 2020, Leasys had Italy’s largest private electrified network. In 2021, the electrification project will continue also in the European countries in which Leasys operates. For more information: www.leasys.com