Enterprise Commercial Trucks Move to New Branch in Pennsauken

Enterprise Commercial Trucks, a division of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has moved its rental office in Pennsauken to 9345 North Crescent Boulevard, the company reports.

The new location will help meet the growing demand for rental trucks among Philadelphia area business customers including courier and delivery services and transportation and logistics companies.

The Pennsauken office is one of two for Enterprise Commercial Trucks in the area, joining the Plymouth Meeting location that opened in January of 2008.

Commercial trucks available for rent from Enterprise include extended wheel base cargo vans, crew cab heavy-duty pickup trucks with tow packages, 15-foot cube trucks, and 16-foot, 24-foot and 26-foot box trucks. All trucks weigh less than 26,000 pounds.

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