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Article from BTNews 29 OCTOBER 2012

Sixt and corporate fleets

Sixt, which is still run by the family who founded the business in 1912, has launched Flexi Rent – a specialised product designed specifically for corporate fleets.  Flexi Rent allows low mileage users to have all of the benefits of contract hire without the long lead times and lengthy contract periods.

The product enables customers to take advantage of ever-changing offers on high quality vehicles, especially those featuring low emission values which were typically associated with contract hire, but on more accessible 6-12 month terms.

Corporate fleets that need high quality vehicles for a guaranteed length of time will benefit hugely from this service says Sixt, including the added advantage of being guaranteed the model that they have specifically chosen.

Paul McLoughlin, Managing Director of Sixt UK, said: “We are really excited to be able to offer our customers this new service.  We know that times are tough for many businesses, making a commitment to a long-term contract is a daunting prospect.  We have listened to our customers’ feedback and requirements, and are delighted to be able to offer them Flexi Rent, a product that meets their needs”. www.sixt.co.uk

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