Enterprise Holdings has announce it is in the process of setting up new car hire stations in the Caucasus region of the former Soviet Union. The vehicle hire group is collaborating with franchisee TravelCar on establishing new outlets in Georgia and Armenia.
Enterprise and its sister brands Alamo Rent a Car and National Car Rental will soon be available at Zvartnots International Airport and Yerevan. Zvartnots is the principle air gateway to Armenia and Yerevan is the nation’s capital city. After Armenia, Enterprise’s march to the east will see it open new locations in Georgia.
Arsen Sukiasyan, the manager of TravelCar, confirmed the planned expansion in a statement released to media sources in the region. He noted that his company and Enterprise shared a common goal of reaching new frontiers and would continue growing together in Armenia and Georgia.
Mr Sukiasyan noted that the partnership was driven by a commitment to customer service par excellence. Once the two key outlets are up and running in Armenia, TravelCar and Enterprise will inaugurate more branches in the nation’s transport interchanges and major towns over the ensuing 12 months.
The initial Georgian outlets will be launched at Tbilisi International Airport and in Tbilisi. The duo are the nation’s main airport and capital city. The two Caucasus countries are a logical extension of an association which has seen the two partners establish a presence in 40-plus European and the Middle Eastern nations.
Enterprise vice-president Peter A Smith also released a bulletin saying the ongoing development of the group’s brands in new destinations was a testament to their strength. He added that Enterprise, Alamo and National customers could expect the same high levels of service they experienced at other locations globally.