Enterprise Holdings’ Brands Launch in Luxembourg

A map of Luxembourg. Photo via Wikimedia.
A map of Luxembourg. Photo via Wikimedia.

Enterprise Holdings has announced the launch of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car franchise locations in Luxembourg. The brands will serve customers from shared locations at Luxembourg Findel Airport.

Franchisee RentMe will operate all three Luxembourg locations. RentMe, a family-owned car rental business, has served the Luxembourg market for more than 20 years.

“Both of our companies are family owned and are fueled by an entrepreneurial spirit and focus on customer satisfaction,” said Xavier Gernaey, RentMe’s country director for Luxembourg Enterprise. “We look forward to providing corporate, leisure and insurance replacement customers with the highest level of service.”

During the last four years, Enterprise Holdings has expanded its brands to more than 35 countries throughout Europe and the Middle East. In 2012, Enterprise was only operating in three European countries: the U.K., Ireland and Germany.

“There is tremendous opportunity in Luxembourg,” said Peter Smith, Enterprise’s vice president of global franchising. “The local economy is thriving, and Luxembourg City is a very desirable global business center with strong financial services, manufacturing, retail and e-commerce industries. Our partnership with RentMe, which shares our corporate values and our commitment to customer service, will enable us to maximize the opportunity and expand our local footprint.”

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