Sixt customers can now benefit from an improved range of services in Ireland. Sixt, Germany’s largest vehicle rental company and one of the world’s leading providers of high-quality mobility services, has joined forces with a strong vehicle rental partner on the Emerald Isle. The franchisee has around 20 years’ experience in the field and is renowned for its outstanding service.
Sixt offers an extensive range of vehicles for customers in Ireland. Models range from Opel and Toyota to Audi and Mercedes. The fleet caters to all requirements: from small and mid-sized cars to SUVs, premium vehicles and minibuses. Many of the vehicles are equipped with automatic transmission.
Both private and business customers have a range of options to choose from when it comes to the rental period – from classic 24-hour rentals to rental periods lasting a couple of weeks or even several months. Initially, Sixt customers can pick up their vehicles at a variety of different locations in and around Dublin, such as in Dublin city centre or directly at Dublin International Airport: the point of arrival for almost all leisure and business travellers.
Sixt has been present in the Irish vehicle rental market since 1998. Since July 2011, Sixt has also offered a range of high-quality leasing services all over the country. Just as in the vehicle rental sector, Sixt also works together with a high-quality, experienced franchisee in the full service leasing sector. This ensures that Sixt is able to keep up with rising demand from business customers for fleet solutions Europe-wide.
Detlef Krehahn, Senior Vice President International Franchise at Sixt: “We are delighted to have on board such an experienced company with the highest standards in quality and service as our partner in Ireland. Private and business customers alike will soon benefit from this new partnership. What’s more, the new partnership will make a key contribution to creating synergies between Sixt partners and companies in Ireland and the United Kingdom in the vehicle rental and leasing sectors.”