About Us

Our Mission

At Mobilis Trading, our mission is to make credit trading a practicable compliance option for vehicle manufacturers, engine manufacturers, fuels suppliers, and alternative fuel vehicle fleet operators. We aim to take the guesswork out of credit trading by offering regulated parties the opportunity to buy and sell compliance credits via a competitive online bidding process.

Our Company

Mobilis Trading is privately held limited liability corporation with operations contracted to Dale Kardos & Associates, Inc., a Washington, DC-based consulting firm which has been assisting automakers, engine manufacturers and trade associations confront EPA, NHTSA and CARB regulatory requirements since 1995. Dale Kardos created the Mobilis trading platform and is responsible for day-to-day operations. He brings to Mobilis over twenty-two years of experience working with automakers, engine manufacturers, trade associations and others achieve compliance through the creation and implementation of innovative compliance strategies. Prior to establishing DKA in 1995, Dale managed regulatory affairs for the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers. He received earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Finance from the University of Pittsburgh and the George Washington University, respectively.

Email   kardos@mobilistrading.com
Phone 202.567.2926

Our easy-to-use online trading platform makes it possible for automakers, engine manufacturers, fuels producers, and fleet operators to buy and sell regulatory compliance credits via forward auctions and reverse auctions.
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In a Forward Auction, a company with excess credits initiates an auction to sell credits and companies needing credits bid to buy them. As the auction proceeds, bidding drives up the price of the credits. When the auction ends, the company that has offered to pay the most for the credits is the winner.

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In a Reverse Auction, a company needing credits initiates an auction to purchase credits and companies with excess credits bid to sell their credits to that company. As the auction proceeds, bidding drives the price of the credits down. When the auction ends, the company that has offered to sell their credits for the least amount of money is the winner.

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