Temsa expands further into Balkans
Temsa has delivered 14 of its vehicles to Bortravel DOO, one of Serbia’s largest public transport operators. The company aims to expand its activities in the Balkans in the near future and reports that it continues to grow rapidly in foreign markets.
The Bortravel DOO order included ten LDSB Plus and four HD12 vehicles. The new PCVs increase the number of Temsas in the operator’s fleet from 29 to 43. The Temsas will be used for public transport in the cities of Belgrade, Apr, Vrnjacka Banja, Krusevac, Kraljevo, Negotin and Kladovo.
“Seeing thousands of our vehicles coming out of our plant in Turkey on the roads of 66 countries is a great source of pride for us” – Temsa’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Hakan Koralp
Temsa’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Hakan Koralp, said: “Seeing thousands of our vehicles coming out of our plant in Turkey on the roads of 66 countries is a great source of pride for us. We have received very promising feedback from the Serbian market that we have entered in recent years. Today, we are pleased to carry out our vehicle deliveries to Bortravel DOO, one of the leading tourism company in the region, with over 120 vehicles and more than one million passenger traffic per year. The Balkans is a territory that we believe in the opportunities harboured by its commercial capacity. Therefore, we are rapidly continuing our goal of expanding our domain here. With our new products and services, we will explore important regions in our Balkan extraction in the near future.”