Enterprise UK Opens New Branch in Ireland

Enterprise Rent-A-Car UK announced the opening of its newest location in Belfast, Ireland on Oct. 24.

The branch is located in the Belfast city center and is the seventh branch to open in Northern Ireland, according to Diane Mulholland, managing director for Scotland and Northern Ireland. The company hired a dozen employees for the new location.

Enterprise’s network now consists of more than 380 locations throughout the UK and Ireland, with 90% of the UK population within ten miles of an Enterprise branch, according to the company.

Customers will benefit from daily and weekend rentals for private or business use, replacement vehicles, courtesy cars, delivery and Enterprise’s free Pick-Up service.

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