Author: Steve Allen |

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has today announced a further strengthening of its service network for customers in Eastern Europe and the Baltic countries.

Krasta Auto Vilnius, which forms part of Modus Group, has been given authorised service workshop status by the leading luxury manufacturer and will act as ‘Krasta Auto Vilnius Authorised Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Service Workshop’. An authorised workshop is entitled to carry out all repair and service works on Rolls-Royce motor cars.

Olegas Martyniuk, Member of the Board of Modus Group, said, “Rolls-Royce goes far beyond the automotive spectrum. We have invested in our skilled service staff and state-of-the-art workshop facilities to represent the pinnacle luxury brand, and to meet and exceed the expectations of Rolls-Royce customers at the well-known service premises here in Vilnius. Having gone through this painstaking process and meeting the requirements of ‘the best’ makes us very proud.”

Speaking at a press reception in Vilnius, Frank Tiemann, Head of Corporate Communications Eastern Europe Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, commented, “The number of Rolls-Royce motor cars in the Baltic countries continues to grow. Customers from Lithuania, as well as owners who are visiting this beautiful part of Europe, now have an appropriate partner nearby for their service needs.” He added, “It is our aim to satisfy the needs of the most discerning customers in the automotive world wherever they are.”

In Europe, Rolls‑Royce is represented by 26 dealerships, offering both sales and service, and five authorised service partners. The nearest authorised dealership is Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Warsaw in Poland.