Mex Rent A Car Renews Partnership With Rentalcars.com

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

Mex Rent A Car has renewed its partnership with Rentalcars.com.

Beginning the partnership in 2014, both companies have experienced growth in car rentals in Mexico and beyond, according to Mex Rent A Car. Both brands are working to further develop the Mex Rent A Car and Rentalcars.com partnership in other countries.

“Mex now has a presence in 10 countries, and the importance of having a great partnership with such an awesome online car rental service as Rentalcars.com, it is now much greater than ever before,” said Jordi Rivero, Mex’s chief product officer. “We believe that connectivity will lead us to reach all of our common goals.”

“I am proud and honored to work with such an innovative car rental company that has proven in a relatively short period of time to be one of our strongest and most valued partners in Mexico,” said James Adams, product and commercial director at Rentalcars.com. “We look forward to continued growth through our partnership in Mexico and in the many new countries where Mex are setting up operations. This partnership should see both of our businesses drive improved customer experience for many more years to come.”

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