Enterprise Truck Rental Opens First Location in Hawaii

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Truck Rental has opened its first location in Hawaii.

The new branch in Honolulu is close to the city’s main airport and cruise port, providing convenience and accessibility for truck rental customers.

Enterprise Truck Rental is a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, which has delivered local transportation solutions in Hawaii for nearly 25 years.

“As our car rental business in Hawaii has grown, we’ve also experienced increased customer demand for other transportation options, including light- and medium-duty truck rentals,” said Andrew Shults, Enterprise Group truck manager in Hawaii.

The 30,000-square-foot Honolulu truck rental facility carries light- and medium-duty vehicles — including cargo vans, pickup trucks, flatbeds, and small box trucks — with plans to expand the fleet to include larger box trucks and refrigerated units within the next year, according to Enterprise.

The branch also offers vehicles with hydraulic lift gates and tow-capability. Enterprise will work with local service shops and other area vendors to maintain the vehicles, according to the company.

“At Enterprise, we are committed to listening to our customers in order to meet their transportation needs,” said Shults. “Whether a customer needs a short-term truck rental to move personal goods or a long-term truck rental for business, we now offer solutions to meet those needs.”

The new Honolulu branch is open from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday.

Currently, Enterprise Truck Rental has nearly 300 locations in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, with plans to open more facilities in the coming year.

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