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Alphabet International celebrates Russian expansion

Rüdiger Ebel, Head of New Markets at Alphabet.

Alphabet International is celebrating expanding into the Russian market in collaboration with leasing partner Major Profi.

Alphabet International has extended its offering to 23 countries, with the addition of Russia to its markets spanning across Europe, Australia and China.

This was made possible thanks to a cooperation with Russian leasing company Major Profi, which Alphabet partnered with due to its established reputation.  

Alphabet International’s head of new markets Rüdiger Ebel (pictured) said: "We are happy to partner with Major Profi and strengthen our presence in Russia. Major Profi has a reputation as an excellent service provider for its customers.

“We look forward to working with our new partners to expand our range of services in a country with a growing economy. Of course, we’re excited to see the fruits of our partnership with Major Profi in the near future with satisfied customers in Russia.”

Major Profi’s general director Anton Sapozhkov said: "This is an excellent opportunity for us to join forces with a very successful partner and expert in mobility and allows us to further develop our products and services for the benefit of all our customers.

Through this cooperation, we can provide individual solutions for our customers’ business mobility needs and fulfil the requirements of global enterprises in Russia,” he said. 

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