- This new branch is in addition to the company’s office that has been in the city since 1998 at the Manises Airport.
- This is Centauro Rent a Car’s fifth opening in the AVE segment, thus strengthening its fleet presence in strategic national locations.
- With this opening, the company continues an expansion plan that has already started 33 branches in Europe’s main tourist destinations.
Centauro Rent a Car strengthens its presence in Valencia opening a new office in the Joaquín Sorolla AVE station. With this opening, the company’s tenth this year, the company already has two branches in the Valencian capital after opening in the Manises airport in 1998.
The new office, which will open on May 29 and create around 12 direct and indirect jobs, is the fifth that the company opens after opening offices in Seville (Estación de Santa Justa), Malaga (Estación de María Zambrano) , Barcelona (Sants Station) and Madrid (Atocha Station), as part of its strategic plan to consolidate its presence in Spain’s AVE segment.
According to Erik Devesa, CEO of Centauro Rent a Car: "The new office at Joaquín Sorolla station allows us to strengthen our AVE traveler business, which has a more urban and national audience. It also helps us provide services to the resident user, thanks to the strategic location of our fleet."
The inauguration of the office at Joaquín Sorolla station is part of the company's expansion plan in the Iberian Peninsula, where it already has 16 offices located in the country’s main urban and coastal tourist destinations: Alicante, Mallorca, Ibiza, Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia, Murcia, Sevilla, Benidorm and Torrevieja.
Internationally, Centauro Rent a Car has consolidated its presence in Italy this year with the opening of five new branches in Olbia (Sardinia), Palermo (Sicily), Pisa, Catania (Sicily) and Cagliari (Sardinia), and has started operations in Greece, opening four branches in the main tourist destinations of the peninsula and the Greek archipelago: Athens, Thessaloniki, Chania and Heraklion (Island of Crete).
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