Green Motion Expands to Serbia

Richard Lowden, CEO and founder of Green Motion (right), shakes hands with Branislav Djurdjic, who will run the new franchise in Serbia. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.
Richard Lowden, CEO and founder of Green Motion (right), shakes hands with Branislav Djurdjic, who will run the new franchise in Serbia. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.

U.K-based car rental company Green Motion has opened a new franchise in Serbia under the Mega Trio Rent brand, which operates at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.

Initially, Green Motion will operate from two locations in Serbia, including at a terminal counter in the Belgrade Airport and at the Belgrade Sports Area in Belgrade City. The eco-friendly fleet will include Skoda low emission vehicles.

The Mega Trio Rent brand will be operated by Branislav Djurdjic, a car rental operator who has worked with other brands including Budget Rent a Car.

"We are delighted to welcome Branislav and his team on board,” said Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion. “Branislav is a highly skilled individual, and we are very confident that he will continue Green Motion's excellent service record and support our tremendous growth within the Balkans and Europe."

“It is our pleasure to be a part of the first environmental friendly rental company in the world and offer our existing and new clients both a professional and environmentally friendly service," said Djurdjic.

For more information, visit www.greenmotion.co.uk.

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