Paris has provided Ubeeqo the administration of 850 on-street parking areas with the purpose of making a brand new Mobilib service.
These new areas will allow Ubeeqo to develop its fleet of self-service autos, enhancing mobility for Parisians.
They’ll characteristic autos of all classes, with a big proportion of electrical and hybrid vehicles.
In consequence, Ubeeqo shall be offering a complete of practically 1,100 autos by the tip of 2019, thereby consolidating its management place within the French capital.
Lively in Paris since 2015, Ubeeqo has achieved ever-growing success because the introduction of its service. To satisfy the regular progress in person numbers (up by 20 per cent each month in 2018), Ubeeqo’s fleet doubled between 2017 and 2018, reaching 500 autos on the finish of final 12 months.
Having gained this name for tenders, Ubeeqo will now be capable to develop its Paris fleet significantly, whereas making its autos extra accessible.
“The selection of the Metropolis of Paris is a superb supply of pleasure for Ubeeqo and Europcar Mobility Group.
“Ubeeqo’s success lately clearly demonstrates that our resolution meets metropolis dwellers’ new mobility expectations: sensible, accessible, and an ever extra engaging different to particular person automobile possession” mentioned Emmanuel Nedelec, head of worldwide growth, Ubeeqo.
An historic participant on the automobile rental market, Europcar Mobility Group diversified its exercise lately, placing forth mobility options starting from car-sharing options to chauffeur providers, whereas persevering with to develop and digitalize its conventional rental providers.
Caroline Parot, Europcar Mobility Group chief government, added: “Automobile-sharing is a pure extension of auto rental.
“Underneath the Europcar model, we’ve been serving to our purchasers get round via shared use of autos for practically 70 years.
“We offer this service each day and on a big scale, due to our fleet administration experience.”

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