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About Mob Box

What services does Mob Box offer?

Mob Box optimizes corporate mobility by offering consulting services such as fleet electrification, TCO analysis, CO2-emissions reduction plan, mobility budget implementation, and car policy upgrades to help you improve the efficiency and sustainability of your company’s mobility.

What industries does Mob Box serve?

Mob Box services are designed to meet the needs of companies in various industries, of all sizes. Including public authorities and transport operators.

How can Mob Box services improve my mobility?

Our services help you reduce your CO2 emissions, rationalize your fleet costs and improve employee satisfaction by optimizing your company's mobility.

What type of data can I access through Mob Box platform?

Our platform provides access to a wide range of data, including your employees' commuting patterns (travel time and distance), your CO2 emissions and your TCO 1, 2 and 3 forecasts. Scenarios analysis, electro-compatibility and individual mobility profiles are also available to optimize your mobility.

What kind of reporting does Mob Box offer?

Mob Box offers a range of reports for you to use in your fleet management solution. These include mobility audits, CO2 emissions analysis, TCO study and electrification potential, as well as employee surveys.

Does Mob Box offer trainings?

Yes, Mob Box offers training to use our tools. And we also conduct workshops to help your management committee align your objectives with your mobility strategy.

Does Mob Box offer custom solutions?

Yes, Mob Box offers custom solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of each of our clients. Our team will work closely with you to understand your corporate mobility objectives and develop a strategy that meets your specific needs.

What sets Mob Box apart from others in the industry?

Mob Box leverages technology to provide mobility consulting services. We develop in-house our own tech tools that automate complex mobility analyses and scenario simulations to strengthen decision-making processes.

Relying on these technologies, our consulting team focuses on high added-value services to support our clients define and implement well-informed viable mobility strategies. We operate in the Lab Box ecosystem (part of the d'Ieteren Group) and work with all types of organizations (small or big corporations, public entities, non-profit organizations,…).

How can I contact Mob Box?

You can reach the Mob Box team by filling out our contact form. One of our representatives will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Data privacy

What about GDPR ?

Mob Box is fully GDPR aligned. We take the privacy and security of our clients' data very seriously and have implemented strict policies and procedures to ensure that your data is protected and used in accordance with GDPR regulations. If you want more information about GDPR, feel free to reach out to us. We would be happy to provide you with further details.

How does Mob Box ensure the privacy and security of my data?

We have implemented a range of technical and organizational measures to ensure the privacy and security of your data, including encryption, secure data storage, and regular backups. We also have strict policies and procedures in place to ensure that your data is used in accordance with GDPR regulations.


How does Mob Box optimize my car policy?

Mob Box optimizes your car policy by including all the necessary coverage for your company's vehicles, including electric vehicles. If you want to know more about redefining you car policy, feel free to reach out to us. We'll be happy to tell you more about how we can help you.

What’s a mobility budget (Belgium only)?

The mobility budget is a legal framework that allows companies to offer employees who benefit (or are entitled to benefit) from a company car, a customized and more environmentally friendly mobility budget. In concrete terms, if you as an employer decide to introduce the mobility budget in your company, your employees can exchange their company car (or their right to a company car) for a mobility budget.

The mobility budget is therefore a sustainable alternative to the company car, while at the same time allowing both the company and the employee to benefit. In short, this measure enables every employee who is entitled to a company car to become a player in his or her own sustainable mobility. (FR) | (NL)

What’s the BIK for a company car?

The Benefit In Kind (BIK in English) is an advantage that an employer or company grants to a member of its staff (company car, cellphone, laptop, etc.). This benefit of any kind is considered as professional income. The employee who benefits from it will therefore have to pay taxes on the amount corresponding to the value of the benefit in kind. In the case of a company car, it is provided to an employee for personal and business use, with the associated costs covered.

The BIK of a company car will depend on the type of engine of the vehicle. Here are the BIK formulas for 2023:

  • Diesel:

catalogue value x [5.5 + ((CO2 emissions - 67 gr/km) x 0.1)] % x 6/7 x car age coefficient

  • Gasoline, LPG and CNG:

catalogue value x [5.5 + ((CO2 emissions - 82 gr/km) x 0.1)] % x 6/7 x age coefficient of the car

  • Electric:

catalogue value x 4% x 6/7 x age coefficient of the car


  • The minimum amount of the BIK is 1540€/year.
What’s the TCO and how do you calculate TCO 1 - TCO 2 - TCO 3?

The total cost of ownership (TCO) estimates the cost of owning a vehicle for a company by integrating different variables: rent, fuel, taxes and charges as well as tax deductibility. At present, no official formula exists to estimate a TCO but three layers are more commonly accepted to get a better understanding of a company car global cost:

TCO 1 includes the cost of leasing, the cost of fuel and the CO₂ contribution.

TCO 2 includes the TCO 1 and additional taxes related to non-admitted expenses, linked to the deductibility percentage of the vehicle, on leasing cost, fuel cost and BIK (17% or 40% non-admitted expenses).

TCO 3 includes the TCO 2 minus tax savings, linked to the deductibility percentage of the vehicle, on leasing cost, fuel cost and CO₂ contribution (100% deductible as a social security expense).

Check out our TCO White paper for more information.

What is a fleet electrification?

Fleet electrification means switching from ICEV to BEV. This process includes assessing the electro-compatibility of your employees with electric vehicles. If you want to know more about the electro-compatibility of your employees, feel free to reach out to us. We will be happy to assist you in analyzing the profile of your employees.

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