Sixt Opens Franchises in Paraguay, the Caribbean

Sixt announced last week new franchise locations in the island states of St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago.

In addition to St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago, Sixt operates franchises on nine other Caribbean islands. Additional openings are planned for 2015, the company reports.

In St. Lucia, Sixt operates an island-wide branch network that includes offices at the Hewanorra International Airport in Vieux Fort, the International Airport and the International Cruise Terminal of the islands capital Castries, an office in the Bay Gardens Beach Resort in Rodney Bay village as well as branches in Rodney Bay Marina and Marigot Bay.

In Trinidad and Tobago, Sixt offers a shuttle service from the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and the A.N.R. Robinson Airport in Tobago.

In Paraguay, Sixt has partnered with Asu Rent Sociedad Anonima to open its first rental location in the nation’s capital, Asunción. This expansion follows operations in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Peru.

The franchise serves Silvio Pettirossi International Airport and also runs operations in a downtown location and two branches in the KIA- and Jeep-dealerships in Asunción.

The Sixt Dusseldorf Airport location demonstrates Sixt's new design language.
The Sixt Dusseldorf Airport location demonstrates Sixt's new design language.

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