car leasing company LeasePlan, has on Wednesday a net profit of 86,7 million euros in the second quarter, to be published, an increase of nearly 55 million, as compared to the same period of the previous year. However, it was the company's CarNext a variety of less-used and ex-lease cars.
The CarNext division was sold 57.800 cars, a decrease of 16.7% compared to the second quarter of the previous year. This increased the loss by 37,7% to 16 million euros. The net result for Us in the first half of the year amounted to 106.6 million euros, a decline of 34,9 per cent.
"It is clear that the COVID-19 and still have a major impact on the global economy. The plan is that we march in, prepared to have to function properly, and we are in the second quarter, a well-received," according to CEO Tex Gunning.
"We are confident that the shift from car ownership to plan for sustainable growth in the sector will provide. There has in recent years only contributed to that."