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Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada partners with Enterprise Holdings

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The fleet from Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada includes the 200+ MY22 Sprinter Cargo Vans and 100+ MY22 Metris Passenger Vans.

Mercedes-Benz Canada. (CNW)

MISSISSAUGA  — Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada has announced a new agreement with Enterprise Holdings® for a fleet deal.

Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada has begun delivery of more than 300 units in total, including 200+ MY22 Sprinter Cargo Vans and 100+ MY22 Metris Passenger Vans, to help Enterprise Holdings meet the demands of its customers.

Enterprise Holdings owns the Enterprise Rent-A-Car®, National® Car Rental and Alamo® Rent A Car brands. Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada says it will  provide Enterprise Holdings with a range of customer services, including customizable upfitting options to aftersales support.

Despite continued industry-wide challenges caused by the global semiconductor shortage, Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada says its teams have worked to mitigate disruptions and maintain an inventory of commercial vehicles to help make deals like this possible.


“Enterprise Holdings is a highly valued partner of Mercedes-Benz Vans Canada, and we are confident that our collaboration with the world’s largest vehicle rental business will yield success for both companies. Despite industry-wide supply chain challenges, our world-class team has been able to consistently deliver optimal solutions to adapt and best meet our partners’ needs. Our full-service approach to commercial fleet partnerships brings significant value to our customers, and we look forward to delivering the long-term support Enterprise Holdings is looking for, in the most sustainable way possible,” said Christian Pohl, vice president, Vans, Mercedes-Benz Canada, in a statement.


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