While we’re very proud that we are expanding rapidly, that doesn’t mean we’re any less committed to providing both our large corporate and individual customers with the best possible service.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 15, 2018
KLS Limousine Service is celebrating its twentieth anniversary providing high-end transportation for corporate and entertainment events large and small, as well as for individuals. “When we started in 1998, I was still kind of new to the country. We had a single office and we did maybe five trips a day. Now, we’re averaging 200 jobs monthly in three of the country’s biggest metro areas – L.A., New York, and San Francisco,” says Alex Darbahani, the Swedish-born entrepreneur behind KLS Limousine Service. Mr. Darbahani and KLS have been featured in a number of major media outlets including the BBC, the Los Angeles Times and a February 2014 cover story in Los Angeles Magazine. To mark the beginning of the firm’s third decade, KLS employees will be giving out three hundred McDonald’s Big Macs to homeless men and women in L.A.’s skid row area.
Commenting on the anniversary, Mr. Darbahani notes that KLS was, once again, one of the key transportation providers for the Academy Awards in Hollywood earlier this month. “We cover all kinds of events, including work for VIPs of all types and a huge number of conventions. We’ve also worked with many of the world’s biggest and most leading edge companies like Google, Netflix, Microsoft, Amgen, and BMW.” He adds that, like these companies, KLS is a significant innovator in its field. “Over the last ten years, we’ve been changing the platform for livery transportation. We’ve invested more than $150,000 in creating apps for our drivers to help ensure that large events like award shows and conventions run smoothly.”
KLS has also been at the forefront of catering to VIP clients, says Mr. Darbahani, adding that the company has been steadily upgrading its vehicles and adding personnel. He says that, unlike some players in his field, the rise of ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft has not impacted KLS. “We’re about large events, special events like weddings, and VIP services. Most of our trips involve large groups of people and are planned in advance, which pretty much makes us the opposite of Uber,” says Mr. Darbahani.
“While we’re very proud that we are expanding rapidly, that doesn’t mean we’re any less committed to providing both our large corporate and individual customers with the best possible service and the most exciting vehicles available. From March 1998 to today, it’s been a long ride but, as far as I’m concerned, this is only the beginning,” says Mr. Darbahani.
Readers who would like to learn more about KLS Limousine Service can contact the firm at 1-877-936-5466 or visit its web site at https://klsla.com.