Hertz Saudi Arabia boosts car rental network
Hertz Saudi Arabia has expanded its network of car rental locations across the Kingdom by opening two new branches, while at the same time adding 200 brand new vehicles to its fleet.
The opening of the new car rental locations, in Al-Bayan in Jeddah, and in the Kakia district in Makkah, means that Al-Wasilah Rent A Car, the Hertz international franchisee in Saudi, now operates 21 Hertz branches throughout the country.
The new vehicles include the 2003 models Nissan Sunny and Maxima, the Nissan Infinity and the Nissan Patrol. They join a selection of economy vehicles, mid-sized sedans and 4x4s, including the Mazda 323, Mazda M6, Mercury Sable, Mercury Grand Marquis, and the Kia Rio.
Hertz is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. In the Middle East, Hertz is represented by franchise operations in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Yemen, and by general sales agents in Bahrain. — (menareport.com)
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