Enterprise Partners with Travel Management Operators

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Corporate travel buyers in Europe can now more easily select Enterprise Rent-A-Car for their car rental needs in all major European markets. Enterprise has formed new agreements with top travel management operators including American Express Travel and BCD Travel, says the company.

In the U.S., Enterprise already has established relationships with American Express Travel and BCD Travel to meet the needs of business travelers in North America, according to the company.

"Enterprise has always been proud of its heritage with business travelers in North America and within its wholly owned European markets,” said Rob Ingram, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car’s director of business development Europe. “We now have the network across Europe to provide businesses with high value and outstanding service wherever they need to be.

"Partnering so closely with the travel management industry in Europe is an important step in our ambitious growth plans,” added Ingram. “Travel management companies offer vital services and advice to businesses looking for the most effective transport solutions. ...”

The Enterprise brand is currently available in Ireland, the U.K., Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Greece, Croatia, Turkey and Bulgaria. Later this year, Enterprise will open operations in Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic and Israel, says the company.

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