Hertz makes inroads into Cambodia

Liao Xi; Ly Hour Group's Oknha Ly Hour; Cambodia's secretary of state for Public Works and Transport Poeu Marly; City Link's Oknha Ly Sopheark; and Hertz Asia Pacific's Nicholas Waring

Hertz Asia has announced City Link Transportation (Cambodia) as its franchise partner in Cambodia.

The Cambodian rental company will operate several Hertz brands – Hertz, Dollar, Thrifty and Firefly – in Phnom Penh, where vehicles range from sedans to luxury limousines. City Link will also offer Hertz Chauffeur Drive service for airport transfers and business travellers.

Liao Xi; Ly Hour Group’s Oknha Ly Hour; Cambodia’s secretary of state for Public Works and Transport Poeu Marly; City Link’s Oknha Ly Sopheark; and Hertz Asia Pacific’s Nicholas Waring

Eoin Macneill, vice president Asia Pacific, Hertz, said: “This is the first time Hertz has awarded all four brands to a single franchisee in Asia; showcasing that we’re confident City Link has the expertise to deliver a range of mobility solutions with the great service that our customers have come to expect.”

In a statement, Hertz said that rental demand will grow in the future, with more than 15 million international and domestic tourists expected to explore Cambodia annually by 2030.

“As travellers become more aware of Cambodia and all the self-drive opportunities available, Hertz can help people discover the beauty of the country through a range of car rental services. We are excited about the Hertz and City Link partnership and believe there is a great future for us here with our new franchisee partner in Cambodia,” noted Macneill.

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