Enterprise Holdings Collaborates With Nippon Rent-A-Car in Japan

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Enterprise Holdings is partnering with Nippon Rent-A-Car International to expand car rental services in Japan. The two companies have created a franchise agreement that provides access to Enterprise’s brands for visitors to Japan, along with Japanese residents traveling overseas.

The new partnership will allow tourists and business travelers to rent cars while in Japan. In addition, travelers from Japan heading overseas will be able to rent cars at more than 10,000 locations in 90 countries through Enterprise Holdings’ global network.

Expanded Mobility Options

The partnership will begin in April 2019 at approximately 80 Nippon Rent-A-Car offices located at Japan’s airports. These rental offices will feature the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, as well as the Nippon Rent-A-Car brand, and will offer discounted rental rates.

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As the partnership continues over the next few years, both companies will collaborate to develop additional customer offerings and services.

As an established rental company in Japan, Nippon Rent-A-Car has 850 locations that give customers access to at least 42,000 vehicles throughout the country. Nippon has an existing partnership with National Car Rental allowing Japanese customers to reserve cars in the United States and Canada and enable North American travelers to book cars in Japan.

In other Enterprise Holdings news, the company is partnering with General Motors to expand the number of connected vehicles in its fleet by the end of 2019. Once Enterprise finishes the transition to connected vehicles, the company says it will own the largest fleet of connected vehicles in the world.

For more information, visit https://www.enterpriseholdings.com/en/index.html

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