Europcar Partners With Shouqi Car Rental

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Europcar Group and Shouqi Car Rental, a car rental company in China, have signed a partnership to better serve their customers.

Shouqi customers will be able to access Europcar’s car rental services directly from Shouqi’s website and will be able to purchase all-inclusive packages outside of China throughout the Europcar Worldwide Network, according to Europcar.

In the same way, Europcar customers will have access to Shouqi’s services through Europcar’s website and will be able to either rent a car, if they own a Chinese driving license, or book a chauffeur service in China through three offers: classic, business, or persons with reduced mobility.

Shouqi Car Rental runs a fleet of more than 30,000 vehicles, approximately 500 stations, and covers more than 70 domestic cities in China. It is a subsidiary of the Beijing Tourism Group.

“As a global leader in the car rental industry, Europcar has 3,600 stations distributed around the world, with the business covering over 140 countries,” said Jack Wei, Shouqi Car Rental’s chief operating officer. “The cooperation with Europcar is a key strategic move of Shouqi Car Rental to explore the global car rental market and provide its customers with more comfortable and convenient car rental services worldwide through a more standardized process and more considerate auto service overseas.”

“We are delighted to partner with Shouqi, one of the leading car rental services in China and to make this key strategic move for both of our companies,” said Caroline Parot, CEO of Europcar Group. “We share with Shouqi the same corporate culture of strong focus on customer service excellence and client satisfaction. This partnership is an important next step in our strategy of expanding our international footprint and to provide a global mobility network to our customers.”

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