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December 7, 2021

Operational leasing market might grow by 15-20 pc in 2012

The operational leasing market advanced by 17 pc in 2011 against the previous year, to 37,397 units, compared to 31,923 units at the end of 2010, according to a press release issued by the Association of Operational Leasing Companies (ASLO). According to data centralised by the Association, the top 5 member companies, based on the number of cars they manage, are: ALD Automotive, with a market share of 18 pc and a fleet of 6,705 units, LeasePlan Romania with 17 pc and 6,267 units, Porsche Mobility with 16 pc and 5,888 vehicles, Arval Service Lease with 12 pc and 4,362 units, and FMS with 2,412 vehicles and 6 pc of the market. “In 2012, with the economy expected to grow by up to 1 pc, and the auto market staying at the same level as in 2011, the operational leasing market might advance by approximately 15-20 pc due to a cost cutting process achieved via outsourcing,” said Bogdan Apahidean, President of ASLO.

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