Hertz Renews Distribution Agreement with Sabre

The Hertz Corporation has renewed its distribution agreement with Sabre Travel Network, providing Sabre Connected travel agents with continued access to the rental car company's inventory from over 8,000 locations worldwide.

The Sabre global distribution system (GDS) drives more than $2 billion in car rental revenue each year and provides travel agents worldwide with access to content from a variety of suppliers including airlines, cars, hotels, cruise lines, tour operators and more.

"Hertz is an important supplier in the Sabre GDS and we're pleased to continue our long-term relationship with them," said David Gross, Sabre Travel Network senior vice president, Supplier Distribution. "The Sabre GDS provides Hertz with multiple ways to increase revenues and serve its customers."

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