Green Motion Expands in Albania

Green Motion has sold a master country franchise in Albania to Nertil Duli. Photo courtesy of Green Motion. 


 
Green Motion has sold a master country franchise in Albania to Nertil Duli. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.

Green Motion has sold a master country franchise in Albania to a local entrepreneur, Nertil Duli.

The first Green Motion location is planned to open in early 2018 at the capital’s airport, Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza.

Further expansion throughout Albania is planned with sites opening across various locations.

“I am personally delighted to welcome Nertil to our family,” said Richard Lowden, the founder and CEO of Green Motion. “Nertil is a highly experienced businessman and is committed to delivering the very best car rental service in Albania and I have no doubt that he will be a credit to our network.”

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