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Hertz: New franchise partner in Vietnam

Hertz Asia new franchisee partnership in Vietnam
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Written by Dmytro Makarov

Hertz Asia has announced the appointment of New City Rent A Car as its new franchisee partner in Vietnam.

As a local car rental expert, New City Rent A Car will offer customers a range of transportation solutions through Hertz and its other brands Dollar and Thrifty.

All brands will now be available in Ho Chi Minh City, with Hanoi launching later this year. Customers seeking short and long-term car rentals in Vietnam will now benefit from a wide range of luxury SUVs, sedans and car rental services, such as the Hertz Chauffer Drive service, a door to door professional driver service, convenient for airport and city transfers, half-a-day or full day service.

Both the business and leisure markets continue to grow in Vietnam. More than 130,000 new businesses started up in 2018, bringing the nationwide total to 700,000*. Furthermore, the country is expecting to welcome up to 20 million tourists by 2020, an increase of 33% from 2018*.

Eoin MacNeill, Vice President for the Asia Pacific region, said: “We are thrilled to welcome New City Rent A Car to the Hertz family. Hertz is committed to offer in Vietnam the high-quality car rental service it is globally well-known for, meeting the expectations of business travellers and tourists alike. New City Rent A Car, with its invaluable knowledge of the Vietnamese culture and the industry will help us fulfil this commitment through a wide range of Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty rental options.”

Nim Vuon Phu, New City Rent A Car’s Chairman, added: “We are immensely happy to start operating Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty in this flourishing market, serving both local and international customers with different transportation needs and preferences. In addition to our varied car rental options, services such as Hertz Chauffer Drive will help us serve our growing business community as well as international travellers who prefer not to drive.”

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Dmytro Makarov

Dmytro Makarov is originally from Ukraine, living in the United States for almost 10 years as a former attorney.