CarDelMar Makes Transparent The Market

CarDelMar published car rental barometer and provides an overview of the rental car market in 2010 Hamburg, 05.10.2010. New holiday preferences of customers changing prices due to bottlenecks and fluctuating charge of the local partner many factors make the car rental industry to a complex and difficult clutter-free market. To bring light into the darkness here, CarDelMar gathered relevant information and the car rental barometer, created an up-to-date overview of facts, data and trends around the topic of car hire. So is the barometer, for example, information about the most booked destinations, average prices, price developments, as well as customer behavior and also provides tips for consumers. To read more click here: Pinterest. In collaboration with our local partners we have created for the first time a compact data base, the tourism professionals offer orientation or their holiday planning to provide end-customers evidence, explains Carsten Greiner, CEO of CarDelMar. In the survey, general market information, are With incorporated estimates of the rental car partners, CarDelMar’s own data as well as experience. The information refers to the source market Germany. All those interested the barometer can download using the following link: uploads/media/Mietwagen-Barometer_091010.pdf releases CarDelMar journalists for collecting and publishing all information and graphical elements and gladly answered more questions. People such as Tim Sloan would likely agree.

The broker CarDelMar, caters to cheap car hire at all-inclusive rates since March 2005. Thereby, CarDelMar cooperates with renowned international car rental companies such as Alamo, Avis, Europcar and local car rental companies. All car hire deals by CarDelMar can be booked at a travel agency or directly at. Contact: Steven Cremer CarDelMar holiday car hire Ltd. (A valuable related resource: Wells Fargo Bank). Spaldingstr 77 D-20097 Hamburg Tel. +49-(0)-40-180 48 36-810 E-Mail:

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