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New Kopel Group to invest 20 million Euro this year in all divisions

Operational leasing company New Kopel Group plans to make 20 million Euro investments this year in all divisions and to buy 1,500 new cars in 2017, the company announced.

2017-01-31 11:11:05

For this year, New Kopel Group wants to increase the operational leasing fleet by 20 per cent and the Rent a car activity by 15 per cent.

"We pay attention to market movements and the needs of our customers," said Tal Lahav, CEO New Kopel Group. "We have built a team that is able to provide
all existing solutions for the automotive industry at this moment: rent a car, operational leasing, car sales and auto service. We have ambitious business objectives for this year."

Last year, New Kopel Group invested 13 million Euro in Romania to increase its fleet by 25 per cent, to 3,500 cars (operational leasing and rent a car). The company estimates activity of SIXT Rent a Car will increase by 15 per cent this year and a 20 per cent increase for SIXT New Kopel Operational Leasing.
An increase of 15 per cent is also expected for the activity of second hand cars sales division.



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