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Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market in Belgium, Forecast to 2019

  • ID: 3639804
  • Report
  • March 2016
  • Region: Belgium
  • 42 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
Innovative Strategies and New Mobility Solutions Capitalize on Growth Opportunities in Operational Leasing

This study details the company car market in Belgium, particularly the financial and operational leasing of passenger vehicles (PVs) and light commercial vehicles (LCVs). Analysis covers the country’s environment for fleet vehicle leasing growth opportunities on the basis of historic data and current market conditions (PESTLE analysis). Also, discussion includes the drivers and restraints likely to impact the fleet and leasing industry. Finally, market segmentation and a comparison between suppliers of vehicle leasing in Belgium are explored. Aiding to the analysis, the study displays market size, by segment, in new registrations and portfolio forecasting from 2015 to 2019.

In addition to the report investment, also provides for access to latest market and competitor data (forecast to 2020) plus an analyst briefing for queries regarding latest market drivers and restraints.

  • Operational leasing
  • Financial leasing
  • Outright purchasing

Market Overview:

Rise in Taxes Scales Down Fleet Leasing Market

The austerity measures of the Belgian Government to revive the economy have made cost savings a major purchase criterion among the public. Consumers are increasingly looking at adopting cheap mobility options, which will enhance the growth of the fleet and leasing market.

The Government has increased taxes such as value added tax (VAT), emission tax and sales tax on fleets to reduce budget deficits. This has caused a corresponding rise in the cost of leasing, hindering market growth. Additionally, the Government offers incentives such as tax rebate and loans at lower interest rates for the purchase of hybrid and electric vehicles (EV), encouraging the consumers to buy EVs rather than lease fleets.

Fleet operators are hoping to stave off competition by offering additional leasing options such as shared leasing and personal leasing. Focussing on fleet downsizing, maximizing fleet utilization and establishing partnerships with corporates will enable leasing companies to increase their market share. These measures will also help the leasing companies to strengthen their brand value among consumers.

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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • Market Engineering Measurements-New Registration
  • Market Engineering Measurements-Portfolio
  • Market Engineering Measurements-Leasing
2. Research Scope, Objectives, and Methodology
  • Research Objectives and Methodology
  • Project and Research Scope
  • Sector Definitions
3. Macro Economical Analysis
  • Socioeconomic Environment
  • PESTLE Analysis
4. Drivers and Restraints-Fleet and Leasing Market
  • Market Drivers
  • Market Drivers Explained
  • Market Restraints
  • Market Restraints Explained
5. Penetration Trend Analysis-Fleet and Leasing Market
  • Market Structure
  • Fleet and Leasing Market-New Registrations
  • Fleet and Leasing Market-Portfolio
  • PV Company Cars-New Registrations
  • PV Company Cars-Portfolio
  • LCV Company Cars-New Registrations
  • LCV Company Cars-Portfolio
6. Market Share and Competitive Analysis-Fleet and Leasing Market
  • Competitor Portfolio Analysis-Leasing
  • Competitor Portfolio Analysis-Operational Leasing
7. Key Conclusions
  • Key Conclusions
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