NU Car Rentals Opens 40 Locations in 2015

NU Car Rental location at the Reykjavik Airport in Iceland is one of 40 new locations that opened in 2015. This affiliate location is operated by Hasso Car Rentals. Photo courtesy of NU Car Rentals.
NU Car Rental location at the Reykjavik Airport in Iceland is one of 40 new locations that opened in 2015. This affiliate location is operated by Hasso Car Rentals. Photo courtesy of NU Car Rentals.

NU Car Rentals opened 40 new branches during 2015, with the most recent openings of two airport locations in the Dominican Republic.

Locations include 22 airport and city branches in Italy and Croatia, along with new locations in Iceland, Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and the U.S., says the company.

“2015 was a successful year not only in the number of locations added but in the quality of the locations and operations that came on board,” said Mark Walker, NÜ Car Rentals. “We foresee this focused, controlled growth continuing throughout 2016.”

Currently, NU Car Rentals has over 100 affiliate locations through North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Africa and the Oceania region.

Rental firms who join the NU Global Network receive a range of marketing distribution via GDS and XML connectivity with a range of online travel agencies and car rental websites, says the company.

Comments

  1. Felipe [ April 17, 2016 @ 06:49PM ]

    Separe un vehiculo en miami por medio de orbitz con valor de 298us, pagando con mi tarjeta de credito, cuando fui al mostrador a recoger el carro, me dicen que orbitz no cobro nada que tenia que pagar 500us + seguros, entonces no acepte. Y ahora me cargaron a la tarjeta 25us que no se de que. Puesto no use el servicio. Nadie me da razon de que son esos 25us. Ojo con esta compañia. Recomiendo no usarla.....

  2. Felipe [ April 17, 2016 @ 06:50PM ]

    Separe un vehiculo en miami por medio de orbitz con valor de 298us, pagando con mi tarjeta de credito, cuando fui al mostrador a recoger el carro, me dicen que orbitz no cobro nada que tenia que pagar 500us + seguros, entonces no acepte. Y ahora me cargaron a la tarjeta 25us que no se de que. Puesto no use el servicio. Nadie me da razon de que son esos 25us. Ojo con esta compañia. Recomiendo no usarla.....

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