New Novuna branding for Hitachi Capital Automobile Options
Novuna Automobile Options
Novuna Automobile Options is the brand new identify for Hitachi Capital Automobile Options, as the corporate completes the rebranding following the merger final 12 months of its mother or father firm with Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc, one of many world’s largest and most diversified teams.
The corporate says it would speed up the transition technique for purchasers to an electrical fleet via its end-to-end decarbonization answer.
This program assesses the challenges fleets face shifting to cleaner autos, then creates bespoke transition plans, whereas additionally offering the funding and back-office administration to allow full EV fleet adoption.
“The launch of our new model is a major milestone within the development and improvement of our enterprise,” says Jon Lawes, managing director of the newly renamed Novuna Automobile Options, “and Novuna Automobile Options is dedicated to being on the forefront of the UK’s EV adoption drive and we’re striving to function a completely decarbonized fleet by 2030.”
“As a market chief in automobile leasing within the UK, working with OEMs proper throughout the spectrum to fund, construct, and handle fleets of all complexities, our end-to-end decarbonization technique supplies Novuna with a transparent level of differentiation. From funding, proper via to worker engagement to assist the implementation of EV salary-sacrifice schemes, we’re creating bespoke options enabling our prospects to reap the benefits of the fee and environmental advantages of switching to electrical autos.”
Lawes added that the backing of Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc. will enable Novuna to leverage the scale, scale and experience of its new mother or father firm as a way to understand the corporate’s development ambitions.
In Europe, the enterprise will undertake the Mitsubishi HC Capital buying and selling fashion as a part of its collaboration with mother or father firm, Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc.
Initially posted on Global Fleet Management