Avis India Opens 2 New Facilities

Map via Wikimedia.
Map via Wikimedia.

Avis India has added two new facilities in the city of Bengaluru, according to a report by The Economic Times. Now Avis has five locations in Bengaluru.

Operating for 16 years, Avis India has expanded to 50 rental locations in 19 cities.

"Bangalore is growing as a center of business in India, and the demand for premium and safe car rentals is growing along with it,” Sunil Gupta, managing director and CEO of Avis India, told The Economic Times. “With the increase in our hubs, we will be able to better service our clients in the region."

Click here for the full Economic Times report.

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