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Alphabet enters Greek, Croatian, Bulgarian and Cypriot markets

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Alphabet International has expanded its presence in Europe, entering the Greek, Croatian, Bulgarian and Cypriot markets, by partnering with leasing company Autohellas SA.

Autohellas SA, which is a Hertz Intl. licencee, is headquartered in Greece and has a “long tradition and expertise” in everything to do with leasing, as well as a key understanding of the markets in the Mediterranean and the Balkans, according to Alphabet.

With this cooperation, Alphabet’s clients gain access to the range of Alphabet compatible products and services available in all four countries. It also means that Alphabet now provides mobility solutions in 28 countries around the world.

Alphabet International’s chief commercial officer Richard Schooling (pictured) said: “Autohellas' holistic service approach, combining classic leasing topics with workshop expertise, aligns well with Alphabet’s mission to guarantee customer satisfaction and to help companies achieve their goals by implementing the right mix of products and services.”

Dimitrios Mangioros, Autohellas SA’s deputy general manager, said: “Joining forces to provide best-fit mobility solutions to international corporate customers is a logical and future-oriented step for Autohellas."

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