Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada announced a new agreement with Enterprise Holdings marking a significant addition to its growing list of fleet partnerships.
Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada has begun delivery of more than 300 units in total, including 200+ MY22 Sprinter Cargo Vans and 100+ MY22 Metris Passenger Vans, bolstering Enterprise Holdings’ mobility offerings to accommodate diverse customer needs. Enterprise Holdings owns the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands.
Adding Mercedes-Benz vans into its nationwide fleet supports Enterprise Holding’s ongoing efforts to reduce energy consumption, while also providing the outstanding performance, safety technology and reliability Mercedes-Benz vans are well known for. Despite continued industry-wide challenges caused by the global semiconductor shortage, the Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada team have minimized disruptions and maintained a consistent inventory of commercial vehicles, which made this deal possible.
“Enterprise Holdings is a highly valued partner of Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada, and we are confident that our collaboration with the world’s largest vehicle rental business will yield success for both companies. Despite industry-wide supply chain challenges, our world-class team has been able to consistently deliver optimal solutions to adapt and best meet our partners’ needs. Our full-service approach to commercial fleet partnerships brings significant value to our customers, and we look forward to delivering the long-term support Enterprise Holdings is looking for, in the most sustainable way possible,” said Christian Pohl, vice-president, Vans, Mercedes-Benz Canada.
“This collaboration allows us to bring new mobility offerings to more customers, while expanding our efforts with an excellent partner. We are working hard to keep our customers on the road, and we are thrilled to bring them the high-quality products and outstanding service experience we know Mercedes- Benz Vans Canada offers,” added Steven Tudela, Enterprise Holdings senior vice-president of Canadian Operations.