Operations

German Limousine Firm Enters U.S. Market

Posted on May 29, 2013

BERLIN, Germany — German limousine company Blacklane says it will service the city of Chicago and surrounding “Chicagoland” area with regular routes to the central business district, financial institutions, and popular tourist attractions along the waterfront.

Blacklane initially started with a trial period in the area to fine-tune the system, and after receiving positive responses from customers and local partner companies, it has decided to launch in full in Chicago.

Three vehicles are available to Blacklane clients, from business class limousines to luxury vans and first class sedans.

Blacklane limousines are now available in nine countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Switzerland, U.K. and the U.S.

Source: Financial-News.co.uk

BusinessWire: Blacklane Grows In Italy

Venture Village: Blacklane scores “several million euros” funding and aims for US rollout

Related Topics: business expansion, Chicago operators, European operators, German operators, Global operators

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