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Alphabet International expands into Portuguese market

Rüdiger Ebel, Head of New Markets at Alphabet.

Alphabet's Portuguese expansion brings the total number of countries it operates in to 20.

The move means it now offers (full) operational leasing and financial leasing products to organisations with business activities throughout the Iberian Peninsula.

Alphabet clients now have access to the range of compatible products and services available in Portugal, via Finlog.

Depending on each company’s specific needs, it can also opt for range of on-top services, such as fuel cards, replacement vehicles, roadside assistance and legal insurance.

Alphabet’s head of new markets Rüdiger Ebel (pictured) said: “The aim of our collaboration is to serve International and Pan-Iberian customers now in Portugal, a high potential market. Our corporate clients highly value our international product offer and global network.

“Now they can also rely on an Alphabet testified partner to provide suitable cutting-edge mobility products for their subsidiaries or offices in Portugal. We are all very excited to see what we can accomplish for our customers with Finlog.”

Finlog’s chief executive Pedro Saraiva said: “Thanks to Finlog’s extensive experience in fleet management and integration into the largest Portuguese automotive group, we can work together with Alphabet to enhance its global presence and drive innovation.

“By collaborating, we are able to provide tailor-made business mobility solutions that fulfil global enterprises’ mobility demands in Portugal.”

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