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Europe's First Car & Van Rental Industry Show to Launch in September 2009

November 03, 2008

HANNOVER, GERMANY – European Car & Van Rental Business Expo 2009is a dedicated international event for the car, van, and light truck rental business sector. The Expo, launched by UKIP Media & Events Ltd., will be held in Hannover, Germany, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2009. The three-day event will showcase all the key technologies, services, and strategies that are vital for the daily operations of rental companies.

Matthew Gunn, marketing director for the show, said, "The highly competitive European rental sector is facing significant challenges. Now, more than ever before, companies need to compete effectively and they urgently need to instigate the deployment of leading-edge technologies, systems, and business models in order to improve efficiencies, reduce operating costs, and assure long term growth and profitability."

European Car & Van Rental Business Expowill provide a business-to-business platform and meeting point for key decision makers and suppliers in the rental sector.

The exhibition will host a number of suppliers, providing a collection of latest-generation technical, financial, and managerial products. The event will also be supported by a three-day high-level conference, dealing with global, regional, managerial, operational, and technical issues delivered by expert speakers drawn from car, van, and light truck rental and leasing companies.

For information on European Car & Van Rental Business Expo, visit www.carrentalbusinessexpo.com/.  

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