Hertz Signs Agreement With Travelport

Hertz has partnered with Travelport, a travel commerce platform. The vehicle rates accessible on Hertz.com and the Hertz mobile app will now be available for all Travelport clients.

With this partnership, more than 68,000 travel agencies will be able to access Hertz’s full inventory, according to Travelport.

“As the global car rental industry continues to grow, so has travel seller and consumer desire for easier access to a broader range of rate types,” said Steve Matise, Travelport’s global head of supplier management. “With this agreement, Hertz benefits from Travelport’s technologies, and Travelport’s customers and travelers alike benefit from easily accessing both pre- and post-pay rates from Hertz and other rental car providers that are made accessible via Travelport API products and Travelport’s industry leading Travelport Smartpoint desktop.”

Travelport offers more than 37,000 vehicle rental locations worldwide, according to the company.

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