Hertz Romania opens Iasi office

+ The leader of the Romanian rent-a-car market has opened its 8th office in Romania in Iasi   


Hertz Romania, the leader of the Romanian rent-a-car market and one of the fastest growing players on the operational leasing market announced the opening of its first office in Moldova, in the city of Iasi.

Located in the city’s central Unirii Square No6, the office will offer clients from Iași and the region an important touchpoint for both rent-a-car and operational leasing services, thus ensuring instant mobility for tourists and businesses.

“We have strong reasons to believe that Iasi and the entire region of Moldova will develop in the following years thanks to a boost in tourism, but also investments from local and international companies. Amazon is just one of the big companies that have recently made investments in the region and similar investors are expected to follow. We are opening up this office to further improve our presence in Romania on the rent-a-car market, but also to service faster operational leasing customers in Iasi and its surrowndings”, stated George Asimakis, Hertz Romania Country Manager.

Hertz’s Iasi office will also service those flying in with car deliveries at the airport’s Arrivals Hall, terminal T3.

The company is also present in Romania in Bucharest, where the headquarter is located, Constanța, and in five major airports: Otopeni, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Sibiu and Mihail Kogalniceanu (Constanta county).

Hertz Lease (Autotechnica Fleet Services SRL) was established in Romania at the beginning of 2007 and within a short period of time became a senior player on the market of Operational Leasing and Fleet Management Services.

Hertz Lease is a subsidiary company of Autohellas ATEE, a company of Th. Vassilakis Group, who also holds the franchisee of Hertz Rent a Car and Leasing for Bulgaria, the island of Cyprus, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Ukraine. Autohellas ATEE is the market leader in Greece, and holds this position over a long period of time with a fleet of 30.000 units.


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