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Hertz changes travelling between Lahore and Islamabad

The global leader in car rentals Hertz, has recently launched a new package for its Pakistani customers. Hertz Pakistan brings you a relaxing chauffeur-driven ride from Lahore to Islamabad, or Islamabad to Lahore in an all new, latest model Toyota Corolla.

This new service was the brainchild of the Hertz Pakistani team. Based on insightful market research and in the constant search to serve the community with more relevant products, they looked into the most frequently travelled route in Pakistan’s largest province Punjab, the Lahore-Islamabad route. Most people complained of hectic and crowded bus stations, unavoidable delays, and heavily booked flight schedules on this route. Most of all, the journey itself was never too comfortable!

Hertz decided to change all that. With this new ride, be it business or leisure, friends, colleagues or family, a Hertz car will set the bench mark for comfort along the motorway or GT road. Customers can also choose to car-pool, splitting the cost of the ride to make it easy on the pocket!

Optimus Limited, Pakistan’s market leader for domestic car rental operations and licensee since 2005, offers domestic car rental from 9 locations in 5 main cities nationwide. Theircurrent business unit comprises a 24-by-7 national and international reservations team dedicated to servicing the travel trade, corporate market and direct customers. Hertz Pakistan has developed an extensive corporate customer base and has alliances with leading travel businesses.

The Hertz Corporation has also appointed Optimus Limited as its General Sales Agent (GSA) to grow outbound car rentals from Pakistan to more than 8,800 Hertz locations in 150 countries.Customers who book in advance can enjoy discounted, guaranteed rates.

 

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