Mex Rent A Car Now Available on Expedia

Mex Rent A Car is now listed on Expedia and its other websites. Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car.
Mex Rent A Car is now listed on Expedia and its other websites. Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car.

Mex Rent A Car and its CEO Francisco Javier Garcia announce a new commercial alliance with Expedia Group. Now Mex Rent A Car can be found on Expedia and its other websites.

“This is the opportunity to have exposure worldwide through one of the leader OTA’s on our industry,” said Juan Carlos Morga, Mex Rent A Car’s chief operating officer. “To ensure that our brand and service are always at the top and available for the customer, this is a great step for the brand and for all the members that collaborate within.”

Mex Rent A Car is the first Mexican-based company to be listed as a supplier with Expedia Group.

“For everyone at Mex Rent A Car, the target is to provide the best customer service by attending all of our locations with top technology and with the best fleet,” said Jordi Rivero, Mex Rent A Car’s chief product officer. “Now, with the Expedia incorporation, we are closer to accomplish that goal.”

“For all of us, it is exciting to be now connected with thousands of customers and to become part of the options that Expedia recommends to its users regarding mobility on many destinations,” said Javier Garcia, Mex Rent A Car’s chief commercial officer.

Mex Rent A Car is currently located in 12 airport locations and 5 downtown locations in Mexico and has 1 U.S. location.

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