Sixt Launches in Thailand

Starting as of March 2, 2012, holidaymakers and business travelers can use Sixt’s mobility solutions in Thailand. Sixt is entering this Southeast Asian market with a comprehensive selection of rental and limousine services through 12 stations.

The medium-term goal is to achieve a significant market share with integrated mobility concepts in this tourist destination. Additionally, the launch in Thailand brings Sixt a significant step further in its Asian expansion strategy, in which it already has locations in South Korea, India, Nepal, Singapore, Mongolia and New Caledonia.

In Thailand, Sixt cooperates with a franchise partner, Master Car Rentals, which is part of the Millenium Group Thailand, Thailand’s BMW and Mini importer, and has 10 years industry experience.

From the capitol city of Bangkok to popular tourist destinations such as Phuket and the island of Ko Samui, Sixt also has stations at Bangkok and Phuket international airports. Customers in Thailand will find a diverse fleet, from compacts to economical mid-sized cars and luxuries, such as models from BMW, Mercedes, Honda and Toyota. Offers range from typical one-day rentals to long-term rentals for several weeks.

For more information, go to the Sixt Thailand website at

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