Environmentally-focused car rental company Green Motion continues its expansion in Europe by opening a franchise location at Ljubljana Airport in Slovenia.
Slovenia represents the 17th country for Green Motion in Europe. This brings the brand’s country count to 30 countries — with the recent introduction of Sweden, according to the company.
"I am really excited with the next stage of our development in delivering excellent facilities for our customers,” said Richard Lowden, CEO of Green Motion. “Green Motion has joined all of the major brands such as Enterprise and Europcar in Ljubljana Airport's in-terminal facility in order for us to deliver a seamless car rental service to our customers. Slovenia is proving to be a very important market for Green Motion, and I am very proud to be partnering with such a strong franchisee.”
"I am delighted to be partnering with Green Motion and to be challenged with the objective of developing the brand throughout my beautiful country,” said Zoran Zanoski, owner of the Green Motion franchise for Slovenia. “I look forward to welcoming many customers during the forthcoming summer season."
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