Mex Rent A Car Opens 5 Locations in Puerto Rico

Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car
Photo courtesy of Mex Rent A Car

Mex Rent A Car has launched in Puerto Rico with five new affiliate locations. The locations are in San Juan, Aguadilla, Isla Grande, Fajardo-Ceiba, and Dorado.

“We are all excited about these new locations,” said Jordi Rivero, Mex Rent A Car’s chief product officer. “Now Mex can be found in most of the major islands within the Caribbean. The brand presence has never been stronger.”

Puerto Rico represents one of Mex’s missions to have a strong domain in both the Spanish and English languages, according to the company.

“There’s no doubt that Puerto Rico is a key piece within the Caribbean with which Mex consolidates its presence,” said Juan Carlos Morga, Mex’s chief operating officer.

Currently, Mex has affiliate locations in several countries, including the U.S., Canada, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Saint Maarten, Panama, and Romania.

Comments

  1. Juan Carlos [ November 26, 2016 @ 11:16AM ]

    Real entrepreneurs don’t wait for chances, they create them. Welcome aboard the team!!

  2. ALAN STOWELL [ June 4, 2017 @ 06:11PM ]

    HOLA!
    IF YOU NEED A BILINGUAL MANAGER FOR PUERTO RICO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC OR THE USVI PLEASE LET ME KNOW!
    MUCHAS GRACIAS,
    ALAN STOWELL
    [email protected]
    954-684-0424

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