Enterprise Holdings which owns the brands Enterprise, National and Alamo car rental companies marked its 25th anniversary in the country this year. Enterprise Holdings which is also the world's largest car rental company currently boasts of a fleet of over 1.2 million and reported annual revenue of $16.2 billion USD last year 2017. "The Enterprise story in Canada is one of growth," said Steven Tudela, Corporate Vice President of Canadian Operations for Enterprise Holdings.
"When we started out in Canada we faced some challenges, but our employees never compromised," Tudela continued. "That's why we've seen success in Canada for the part 25 years and why we will continue to be leaders in the transportation industry, especially as new mobility technologies evolve." Enterprise Holdings currently operates in over 750 airport and neighborhood locations throughout the country. The company also operates Enterprise Truck Rental, Enterprise CarShare and the Exotic Car Collection by Enterprise divisions in Canada. Their affiliate, Enterprise Fleet Management, also provides full service fleet management to companies, government agencies and organizations operation medium-sized fleets of 20 vehicles or more.
Enterprise Holdings contributed approximately $3 billion to the Canadian economy and purchased 4.3 percent of all new vehicles sold in Canada at the price of $2.3 billion. Employing 5400 Canadians, Enterprise has been recognized as one of The Best Places to Work in Canada by the popular job-finding site Indeed and is the only car rental company named one of the best employers in the Greater Toronto Area by Mediacorp Canada. "Community engagement is another one of our core vaules," said Tudela. "That's why Enterprise, National and Alamo employees are empowered to support local charities of their choosing. The Enterprise Holdings Foundation - the philanthropic arm of Enterprise Holdings - and local Canadian employees collectively contributed more than $3.4 million in donations to Canadian charities in FY2017."