Green Motion Launches in Poland

Green Motion has opened a new franchise location in Warsaw, Poland. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.
Green Motion has opened a new franchise location in Warsaw, Poland. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.

Green Motion has opened its first franchise location in Poland. Green Motion’s eco-friendly fleet will service customers at Poland’s Warsaw Chopin Airport.

The new Poland franchise is owned and operated by Mykolas Sabaitis, who also owns the Green Motion operations in Lithuania and Latvia.

"I am delighted and honored that I have had the chance to further expand my business with Green Motion,” said Sabaitis. “I joined the Green Motion family, opening my first location in Vilnius, Lithuania and have enjoyed tremendous expansion ever since. I now have rental operations throughout Lithuania, Latvia (including Riga Airport), and now Poland which is truly fantastic."

In the near future, more locations are planned to support Warsaw Modlin Airport, Warsaw Central, and Warsaw Railway Station.

"We are very proud of Mykolas' achievements thus far with the development of the Green Motion brand throughout the Baltics,” said Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion. “Mykolas and his team deliver exceptional service, and I am confident that their expansion into Poland will be another great success story for the Green Motion franchise network."

The opening of Green Motion in Poland represents the 23rd country of operation for the brand, which offers customers environmentally friendly rental vehicles, including all electric, hybrid, and range extender technology.

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