October 9, 2019

LeasePlan Emirates expands presence in UAE

We can now better serve our growing Sharjah client base LeasePlan Emirates is happy to announce that we can now  offer our prospects and clients the option to lease vehicles with Sharjah  license plates. Sharjah is home to a growing number of successful and dynamic  companies which are increasingly turning to leasing for the mobility needs of  their employees. It is therefore important for LeasePlan to be able to offer  these companies cars registered in the same Emirate in which they operate. “The Emirate of Sharjah is home to a growing number of our  clients, and we believe it is important for us to better serve their needs by  providing them with the option to have their cars registered locally,” remarked  Ajay Narain, Managing Director. “ In addition, this underscores LeasePlan’s  commitment to continue investing and growing in the Emirate and supporting our  Sharjah-based clients with all their mobility needs in the years to come.”

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