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The newest locations bring the company's total to 60 locations across the United States and Canada.

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 Enterprise Fleet Management 

Enterprise Fleet Management has announced the opening of five new locations in North America to support its growing client base. These new locations in Boise, Idaho; Columbus, Ohio; Las Vegas, Nevada; New York City, New York; and Ottawa, Ontario, bring the company's total to 60 locations across the United States and Canada.

“Businesses, local municipalities, and service providers are looking for every opportunity to save time, budget, and resources. With a focus on growing their core business, many are outsourcing operations such as fleet management,” said Brice Adamson, president at Enterprise Fleet Management. “We are well positioned to meet this growing demand with local hands-on fleet management services, backed by the infrastructure and expertise of one of the world’s top providers of mobility offerings, Enterprise Mobility.”

Each of the new locations is strategically placed to meet rising client demand and offer unique value in its specific city. Furthermore, the company is committed to a client-centric approach, assigning each client a dedicated client strategy manager who provides tailored fleet solutions based on an in-depth understanding of the client's priorities, local market dynamics, and potential impact on financial value, productivity, and brand image.

In addition to the dedicated client strategy manager, each Enterprise Fleet Management location includes a leadership team with a director of fleet management, fleet strategy manager, and finance manager. These teams assist with fleet planning, remarketing of vehicles, credit underwriting, and fiduciary responsibilities.

Enterprise Fleet Management also offers turnkey solutions for companies, government agencies, and organizations, as well as for those seeking an alternative to employee reimbursement programs. The company is continuing to evaluate new locations based on demand and operates one of the nation's largest maintenance approval facilities, with more than 229 ASE-certified technicians addressing more than 10,000 maintenance calls a day.

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