Since its recent break-up with BMW's DriveNow, the European car rental giant, Sixt, is aiming high and considering bundling various mobility services -- ride-hailing and car-sharing.
Top manager and great-grandson of the company's founder, Alexander Sixt said in an interview with Handelsblatt, that the Frankfurt-listed company has the financing and global reach to fulfil this vision.
Sixt, however, stopped short of saying which new services the 115-year old car firm could exactly launch. “In the future, we plan to offer services, which have so far been independent, under one roof and under one brand, connecting and integrating them,” the executive said.
Sixt, the largest European car rental company, announced last month the sale of its 50 percent stake in car-sharing service DriveNow to joint-venture partner BMW for €209 million ($259 million).
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