JUCY Named Top Rental Service in New Zealand

New Zealand-based JUCY Rentals was named best in class for car rental services in New Zealand. Photo of Auckland via Wikimedia.
New Zealand-based JUCY Rentals was named best in class for car rental services in New Zealand. Photo of Auckland via Wikimedia.

New Zealand-based JUCY Rentals has been named best in class for car rental services in New Zealand’s 2015 Quality Service Award Survey.

More than 1,500 New Zealand residents were surveyed on their recent service experience for the awards. The survey looks at level of personal experience, understanding of customers, simplicity of processes, reliability and satisfaction.

Tim Alpe, CEO of JUCY, said the company is honored to receive this award.

“Everyone at JUCY prides themselves on providing friendly service every step of the way, so our customers’ journeys are awesome from start to finish,” said Alpe. “Customers always get to talk to a real person when they contact us, something that is becoming increasingly rare these days.”

For more information on JUCY Rental, visit http://www.jucy.co.nz/.

Comments

  1. Julia Charity [ May 5, 2015 @ 06:23PM ]

    Congratulations! This is so well deserved. The culture at Jucy transpires from the two guys in Management (Tim & Dan), all the way through the organisation.

    Well done!

    Julia Charity
    Founder
    Look After Me - NZ's Homestay Network (and big fan of Jucy!)

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