The Hertz company has announced that it had strengthened its market share in the Middle East by opening a new branch in Yemen. This is Hertz’s 36th branch in the region, spread out in 11 different countries.
According to Al-Morakeb Al-Inmai magazine, this new branch, situated in Aden, is the third of its kind in Yemen, offering car rental services for tourists. The company’s policy is rental and return at any location, at the customer’s convenience.
The Hertz representative in Lebanon has recently announced that it has begun offering car rental services at the Beirut International Airport, effective as of July 2000. The Lebanese Ministry of Transportation and Civil Aviation Authority approved the new branch of Hertz in the airport. —(Albawaba-MEBG)