Enterprise Holdings Reports Strong Revenue Growth for 2013

Enterprise Holdings  which owns and operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands  reported strong revenue growth in its fiscal year 2013. The company and its affiliate Enterprise Fleet Management generated $16.4 billion in revenue.

According to the company, fiscal 2013 results further strengthened Enterprise Holdings’ position as the largest car rental company as measured by revenue, fleet and employees.

“This past year was one of our best ever,” said Pamela M. Nicholson, Enterprise Holdings president and chief executive officer.

Enterprise Holdings remained focused on delivering a total transportation solution to individuals and companies alike throughout the fiscal year, which ended July 31, says Enterprise.

“Our comprehensive suite of businesses, from car and truck rental to car sharing and car sales, provided a solid business foundation and prepared us for new opportunities, technologies and lines of businesses,” said Nicholson.

These combined revenues — of Enterprise Holdings and its affiliate Enterprise Fleet Management — made Enterprise the 14th largest private company in the U.S, according to the company.

Enterprise Holdings engages quarterly with its financial stakeholders via investor conference calls and provides Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) numbers for maximum consistency, comparability and transparency. As a privately held business, Enterprise Holdings does not disclose net income.

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