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Autohellas Hertz Exclusive Partner to ‘Alphabet’ in Greece

Autohellas Hertz, a leading company in the vehicle leasing sector in Greece, has entered into a strategic partnership with Munich-based company Alphabet, as its exclusive partner in Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Croatia.

Alphabet was established in 1997 as a member of the BMW Group, and has since then gained extensive know how in the international corporate fleet management and leasing. Today the company is present in 28 countries and manages a portfolio of over 680,000 leased cars and light commercial vehicles of all brands, while holding the fourth place in the global market.

According to an announcement, the collaboration is considered a valuable addition to the Autohellas Hertz portfolio as it provides additional access to international customers.

“We are joining forces to provide best-fit mobility solutions to our international corporate customers. This is a logical and future-oriented step for Autohellas,” the company’s deputy general manager, Dimitrios Mangioros, said.

Representing the Hertz brand in Greece since 1974, Autohellas offers a number of modern one-stop shops for car maintenance and repair. It has the largest privately-owned network in eight countries, namely Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Romania and Ukraine, with more than 125 service points including 51 at airports.

The company will provide Alphabet with access to the emerging Balkan market, as well as Cyprus, while ensuring compatible products and services with the guarantee of Autohellas Hertz for its clients.

“Autohellas’ holistic service approach, combines classic leasing solutions with workshop expertise, and aligns well with Alphabet’s mission to guarantee customer satisfaction and help companies achieve their goals by implementing the right mix of products and services,” said Richard Schooling, Chief Commercial  Officer at Alphabet International.

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