GreenMobility acquires Dutch company and expands to Amsterdam

The Danish car-sharing company expands to the Netherlands with the takeover of a local company that will add 150 electric cars.

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GreenMobility has signed an agreement to acquire Fetch Carsharing in the Netherlands and thus expands to Amsterdam.

This is the 11th operational city taken on by the Danish car-sharing company, writes GreenMobility in an announcement Thursday.

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