Antonio Llinas Oñate, plans to expand the Europcar brand throughout Mexico, providing employment opportunities and supporting tourism throughout the country.
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO, October 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Antonio Llinas Oñate Expands Europcar Mexico to 26 States.
The CEO of Europcar Mexico, Antonio Llinas Oñate, plans to expand the Europcar brand throughout Mexico, providing employment opportunities and supporting tourism throughout the country, establishing the leading brand in Europe for car rental in cities with the highest flow of passengers at airports.
With the recent open offices in Durango, San Luis Potosi and Puerto Escondido, the Europcar Mexico franchise, extend to more states of the Mexican Republic, adding 26 states plus Mexico City, where Europcar has a presence.
With an investment of more than 50 million mxn, the CEO of Europcar Mexico Antonio LLinas tries to offer fairer mobility solutions for all travelers who go to these destinations.
The openings of Europcar Durango, Europcar San Luis Potosí and Europcar Puerto Escondido, also represent great sources of employment for a lot of people, supporting the incomes of families in the states of Durango, SLP and Oaxaca.
The goal is to bring all the technology developed in Cancun, headquarters of the Europcar Mexico franchise, to offer innovative, efficient services and meeting the expectations of all users, who increasingly demand new and exciting destinations for their vacations. With the recent emergency due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the trend for companies is to bet on technology, and for Europcar Mexico it is enough to fine-tune details to migrate the technology developed and tested in Cancun, to implement it in other cities.
Antonio Llinas Oñate is focused on the American and Canadian markets, who demand a faster and more efficient service, but without losing the human part of the service. Therefore, we may soon see a radical change in the way of renting a car in Mexico.
Have you ever thought of renting a car using only your Smartphone to reserve, check in and pick up the car? Maybe that future is closer than you imagine.
Source: EIN Presswire