Thrifty Offers Long-Term Rentals for Commercial Vehicles

Thrifty Car Rental in the United Arab Emirates is now offering long-term rental of specialized commercial vehicles.

The specialized vehicles division provides fleet consulting and management solutions for various industries such as logistics, food supply, health care, and retail/wholesale distribution, says the company.

“Customers look for reliable, quality oriented, and competent partners to provide them with the fleet on an ongoing basis,” said Karunesh Arya, Thrifty general manager, Dubai & Northern Emirates. “Thrifty has invested into the specialized vehicles to cater to this growing need of our clients. Our fleets are suitably customized for various applications like refrigerated vans, chiller vans, cargo body trucks, and vans. We also offer long-term leasing solutions as per customer’s specific requirements.”

Established in 1989 as part of A.A.Al Moosa Enterprises, Thrifty Car Rental’s UAE license is under the leadership of Kahlid Al Moosa and owned by Abdullah Ahmed Al Moosa.

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