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Santa’s sleigh at full capacity?

Businesses, particularly those involved in e-commerce and retail will have a busy month ahead and many may find themselves stretched when it comes to resources available for deliveries and collection. Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the world’s largest car rental company is on hand, offering customers discounted mid-week rates on all vans during the month of December.

With no minimum length of rental period, customers can hire a commercial vehicle as and when needed. The van fleet is available at all 24 Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches located nationwide with both short and long base commercial vehicles available at short notice. Dedicated van centres in Dublin – Long Mile Road, Russell Street and Dun Laoghaire and Cork are open seven days a week. Customers can also avail of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car ‘We’ll pick you up’ policy where Enterprise staff will happily pick a customer up from their preferred location, be it at home, work or on the road and similarly drop them back upon return of the vehicle.
George O’Connor, Managing Director, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland commented “December is huge month for most businesses where often the highest revenue intake for the year is recorded. Therefore it is of vital importance that a company’s’ day-to-day operations runs smoothly, keeping and meeting delivery and collection deadlines. However things don’t always go to plan, be it a break down or simply just not enough supply to meet unprecedented demand. We can offer businesses a flexible commercial vehicle rental solution where they can hire a van for as little as a day to as long as a month to cover their services during the busy period.”
“We can provide a full range of small, medium and large vans at very short notice, usually within two hours. So should the big man in red himself need transport back up last minute on Christmas eve, Enterprise staff will be on standby take the call and get Mr Claus and the reindeers back on their flight path”, he continued.