Find out how our customers successfully implemented the cycling policy in their company.
For more than four months, TVH employees have been able to lease a bicycle of up to 8,000 euros via their employer, with unlimited choice of bicycle, brand and dealership. “It was precisely because of this flexibility that we decided to opt for o2o”, explains Bram Lannoo, Fleet & Project Coordinator at TVH. “o2o’s user-friendly […]
Why did Brussels Airport Company choose for o2o? “For more than two years already, Brussels Airport Company’s employees can choose for bicycle leasing,” says Hannelies Slabbynck. “But the actual start of the project was in 2017, when during three consecutive months we had organised a pilot project on alternative mobility. During that period our employees […]
“The interest is overwhelming! Not only our own personnel department, but also our employees and the unions were truly interested. Offering a company bicycle via the cafetaria plan was really the right choice we’ve made”. Aline Tignon and Magali Bogaert explain why starting-up a bicycle leasing was the logical step to take for AG Insurance.
The bicycle allowance introduction as key moment “In fact, bicycle leasing for our collaborators was already planned for 2015,” tells Mrs Van Humbeeck, HR Manager at Tarkett’s. “At that time our company was still called Desso and there was a strong collaboration with our Dutch colleagues. Their experience with company bicycles encouraged me for starting […]
What preceded Graphius counts 320 collaborators and is the largest printing firm of the country. The company realised quite a number of take-overs which led to certain organisational changes. “We had been playing with the idea of a bicycle leasing project for our collaborators for quite a while, but it took until 2018 before the […]
In 2018, Barry Callebaut decided to introduce a cycling plan, supported by his conviction that an employee delivers a better job when working in a sound environment. Since the plan’s implementation, some 20% of its employees lease a company bike.