Europcar New Zealand Announces New Travel Sales Manager

Logo courtesy of Europcar
Logo courtesy of Europcar

Europcar New Zealand has appointed Melissa Carter to the role of New Zealand travel sales manager.

Carter joins Europcar with experience in New Zealand’s tourism and hospitality industries, specializing in relationship management, direct sales, and contract negotiations.

“With its outstanding products and services, Europcar is a brand I am very proud to represent,” said Carter. “I am looking forward to offering our clients the benefits of a world-leading car rental company from a local perspective.”

“As Europcar continues to experience exceptional growth, we are thrilled to have someone with Melissa’s credentials managing this key segment,” said Stephen Jones, general manager of Europcar New Zealand. “We value our relationship with the travel sector, understanding the importance of providing clients with expertise and knowledge to keep them ahead of their competitors. … ”

Europcar New Zealand offers a range of rental vehicles, including economy, large family vehicles, and luxury cars at its several locations throughout New Zealand.

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