Europcar Mobility Group is now open in Albania, Cyprus, Malta, Russia, and St. Martin. The Group has also renewed its presence in Belarus, Bolivia, Jamaica, Malta, Montenegro, Paraguay, and Serbia through its Europcar brand.
Europcar also completed its new franchise agreement with Kinsen Hellas in Greece through its Europcar brand, which will take effect on Oct. 1. Partnering with Europcar Mobility Group and serving as its franchisee, Kinsen Hellas envisions to accelerate its growth by establishing the Europcar brand as a mobility solution in Greece.
"As we are progressively emerging from the global pandemic, we’re actively preparing for the full restart, in particular with our franchisees network," Mark Lister, Europcar Mobility Group's Director of International Partner Development, said in a statement. "Along with the five countries where we opened new franchises, Greece is clearly a country where our presence is essential to fully benefit from the market rebound, on the basis of a highly compatible service tenet. United by this common vision with Kinsen Hellas, we are delighted to enter into this new partnership."