Hertz Selects Sales Agents for Vietnam and India

Discover the World and InterGlobe Air Transport Limited will be responsible for promoting the company's products and services internationally to domestic travel trade partners and travelers. Photo courtesy of Hertz
Discover the World and InterGlobe Air Transport Limited will be responsible for promoting the company's products and services internationally to domestic travel trade partners and travelers. Photo courtesy of Hertz

The Hertz Corporation appointed general sales agents (GSA) for its markets in Vietnam and India.

Discover the World and InterGlobe Air Transport Limited will be responsible for promoting the company's products and services internationally to domestic travel trade partners and travelers.

Discover the World has been an international GSA partner with Hertz since 1995 and has operated in Indian cities such as Bengaluru, Delhi, and Mumbai. The GSA also services Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand.

InterGlobe Air Transport Limited will distribute Hertz products across the travel trade, small and medium enterprises, and large local companies in selected Indian cities. Discover the World will continue to service markets in Bengaluru, Delhi, and Mumbai.

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