| Dublin City Council have recently released their City Centre Transport Plan, Q-Park feel that they have the facilities and the know-how to make these policies even greener.
Q-Park are delighted to be able to announce that a deal has been agreed with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The 10 year agreement will allow Enterprise to operate from the heart of Dublin City Centre.
Q-Park are delighted to be able to announce that a deal has been agreed with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The 10 year agreement will allow Enterprise to operate from the heart of Dublin City Centre and is a further example of Q-Park’s commitment to creating Mobility Hubs across Europe.
Enterprise is the world’s largest car rental businesses with nearly 10,000 branches in more than 90 countries and territories around the world. They offer customers local and airport car rental as well as commercial vehicle rental and Car Club scheme.
A family owned and run business, Enterprise was founded 65 years ago in St. Louis, Missouri, where it is still based. It first opened in Ireland in 1997 and continues to demonstrate it’s commitment to the country with the recent launch of its Car Club operation and the purchase of Walker Vehicle Rental.
Q-Park are Ireland’s most recognised car park operator and they are synonymous with safe and secure parking facilities across the countries major cities. In Dublin alone they operate 9 facilities that offer Quality parking for commuters, residents, tourists and businesses. They also recognise the need for innovation in their industry due to the changes in how people travel into cities. Q-Park have been at the forefront of the European Parking industry in the creation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Hubs. The aim is to develop parking facilities into vital instruments to help realise urban accessibility, sustainability and liveability. In addition to car parking, Q-Park are also aiming to provide access for shared mobility schemes, electric vehicle charging, last mile delivery and retail space all within their safe and secure parking facilities.
The deal with Enterprise is another example of Q-Park’s sustainable urban mobility hubs strategy. The rental car giant will be constructing a modular branch office within Q-Park Stephen’s Green. They will operate a high quality range of vehicles which will park in the Q-Park safe and secure environment with easy entry and exit for their customers.
Alastair MacDonald, Head of Commercial & Operation at Q-Park Ireland commented ‘We are delighted to welcome Enterprise Rent-A-Car to our newly created Mobility Hub in Dublin City Centre. The fact that such huge brands wish to work us shows the Quality and Sustainability of our offering. We look forward to their new branch opening this year.’
Brendan Grieve, Enterprise’s Vice President and General Manager, Ireland said: 'We are delighted to be working with Q-Park and look forward to opening our new branch in Dublin City Centre. We share Q-Park’s ambition to create safe and convenient mobility hubs which ensure easy access to transport services.'
To find out more about Q-Park’s Sustainable Mobility Hubs click here
Q-Park is one of the three leading providers of parking facilities in West Europe, whether wholly-owned, leased, managed or in a hybrid business model. Q-Park is notable for its quality approach and has a portfolio comprising over 3,300 parking facilities with over 640,000 parking spaces in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Ireland and Denmark.