Zürcher Kantonalbank – electrified by Mobility

Sharing e-cars rather than owning them: this is how Zürcher Kantonalbank is seeking to achieve its target of a 15 percent reduction in CO2 emissions by 2022. And it’s heading there the fast way – with Mobility.

Zürcher Kantonalbank has opted for e-mobility and car sharing with Mobility. A logical choice. After all: by sharing, you can use resources more efficiently and protect the environment. The 350 employees of Zürcher Kantonalbank have already clocked up a total of some 60'000 Mobility kilometres on their e-tyres. One of them is Mathias Meier. He heads up the «Corporate Clients Switzerland» division, so he regularly makes use of the electrically powered fleet, conveniently reserving his vehicles via app. He has never had to be towed away with a flat battery. And a Mobility e-car always goes down well with his customers. By switching this page to German you can see for yourself in the video.

ZĂĽrcher Kantonalbank is currently using two Mobility services. Firstly, it rents four e-cars at one of its sites: these are available exclusively to its own employees as a company fleet. In addition, it benefits from a second Mobility-Flex station with availability guarantee. The offer: this business subscription gives bank employees exclusive use of two electric cars during business hours. Outside these predefined times, the vehicles are available at this station for all Mobility users.

«That's what I call convenience,» says a delighted Marit Krufthof, service contract specialist with Zürcher Kantonalbank «We don't have any additional costs – insurance, maintenance, parking, cleaning and roadside assistance are all included in the subscription,» she adds. In this way, the bank adopting a progressive approach own mobility, it is also supporting Mobility’s primary goal – namely to drive forward the energy transition and electrify the entire Mobility fleet by 2030.

Would you like your company to benefit from the advantages offered by the Mobility fleet as well and join us as we head off to a sustainable future?

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