Sixt Expands Mobility Offer for Customers in Southeast Europe

Effective Feb. 1, business and private customers will be able to benefit from even more Sixt offers in southeast Europe. Based on the cooperation with a new franchise partner in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sixt could strengthen its market presence and extends the range of car rental services.

Sixt, an international provider of high-quality mobility solutions, maintains eight stations in all the economic and tourist centers of Bosnia and Herzegovina such as Mostar, Sarajevo and Tuzla. Alongside classic car rental services, in the future, Sixt is increasingly going to offer its customers its exclusive Sixt limousine service, while holidaymakers can hire cost-competitive Sixt vacation vehicles. For business clients in Bosnia and Herzegovina Sixt is offering cars with long-term rental agreements at attractive rates. Sixt's fleet of vehicles ranges from compact cars, family vehicles, convertibles and SUVs to luxury cars. The new franchise partner brings with him a wealth of industry experiences and in-depth knowledge of the operative car rental business.

By increasing its mobility offer in Bosnia and Herzegovina Sixt again is strengthening its South-East European network. Customers can now book Sixt quality in Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

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