Maine Limousine Service of South Portland has acquired a Scarborough competitor.

The company, founded in 1987 as Flo Hutchins Limousine, announced that it purchased Lilley’s Limousine, effective Nov. 14.

The purchase expands the fleet of Maine Limousine to include a Chrysler 300 limousine, 10 sedans, four SUVs, three vans, eight limousines, a shuttle bus and an antique Bentley. All Lilley chauffeurs have been offered jobs with Maine Limousine, according to co-owner Teale Smith.

“Kim and I purchased Maine Limousine Service in 2007 and have doubled the size of the company over that time,” said Smith who owns the company with his wife, Kim. “Lilley’s acquisition was a good opportunity for us to continue our growth.”

He added that the sale will allow Maine Limousine to invest more in the things that affect their clients’ travel experience, including fleet diversity and technology.

As an interstate provider, the company serves all New England airports, cruise terminals, train and bus stations. It specializes in corporate and leisure travel, point-to-point transportation and special events.


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