Autorent Car Rental Adds Locations in Middle East

Autorent Car Rental has opened a new location in Sharjah. Photo via Wikimedia.
Autorent Car Rental has opened a new location in Sharjah. Photo via Wikimedia.

Autorent Car Rental, a UAE-based car rental company, has opened a new branch at the Safeer Mall in Sharjah.

"We are excited to open a new branch inside Safeer Mall, which would help us to increase our footprint and serve our customers efficiently,” said Partha Sarathi Banerjee, Autorent’s country head-UAE. “By operating in a strategic location like Safeer Mall, we will be able to serve the many car rental customers who seek out convenience, value for money and the trust of a leading brand.”

Additionally, Autorent has expanded its services in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah-KSA.

"We are delighted to start our retail operation in Jeddah,” said Mohammed Aleem, country head-KSA for EasyDrive Car Rental, the brand Autorent operates as in Saudi Arabia. “We've been serving corporate customers from last four years and witnessed tremendous growth in KSA car rental market. As we are seeing lot of traction and potential in retail segment, Jeddah would be a perfect starting point for Autorent."

Autorent offers a range of services including car rental, car leasing and transportation service across the UAE.

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