Source: Tanjug | Thursday, 11.04.2019.| 14:38
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CarGo arrives to Vienna – Operations to expand to another eight Austrian cities, 2,000 people to be employed

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CarGo has become available in Vienna today, whereby it has expanded its operations to another European market, following Zurich, the company announced.

The company says in the press release that the plan is to start operating in another eight cities in Austria by the end of the year.

– In the first investment cycle, CarGo has already employed 200 people in Vienna who will work with hybrid and electric cars, and we expect another 2,000 people to be employed through the Serbian app by the end of the year – the director of CarGo, Vuk Guberinic, said on the occasion of the start of the operations in Austria.

Guberinic said that Car Go had gotten more than 10,000 registered users since the announcement of the arrival to Vienna and that they expected even more users to register once the operations start officially.

– We are very proud that the Serbian product CarGo is opening the door to the European Union slowly but surely, expanding its operations to countries where the market is developed, where electronic payment is a standard and where citizens are educated when it comes to technology – Guberinic said.

The decision to make Vienna the first city in Austria where CarGo will be available, he says, was made thanks to the city's being pronounced the best city to live in on several occasions.

He adds that the citizens of Austria have recognized CarGo as a company which advocates awareness of environmental protection through the use of cars which run on electricity only, thereby not emitting harmful gases.

– We want to transfer their experience when it comes to the importance of the use of hybrid and electric cars to Serbia – Guberinic said.

He pointed out that, after expanding their operations to Switzerland and Austria, further investments and expansion of operations to the region are to follow.
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