SIXT continued on its very strong growth course in the first half of 2022, despite unprecedented challenges, and increased its consolidated revenue by 59.4% to EUR1.32 billion compared to the same period last year. This represents the strongest first half in the company’s history.
Car rental giant Sixt is reporting what it is calling “the best result” in its history for financial 2021 – in sharp contrast to the rest of the market. A United States expansion drove profits.
With consolidated earnings before taxes of €253 million for the three months to the end of September, Sixt has reported the best quarterly operating result in its history.
Sixt is adding a sustainable, CO2-reduced alternative to its ride service. Travellers can now choose hybrid or fully-electric vehicles when booking transfer or limousine services.
Per Voegerl, who worked for over 20 years at Sixt and was managing director at Sixt UK until April last year, will succeed Ian Lawrence who previously led the network since the it launched in 1991.
The international mobility provider and Booking.com have been cooperating successfully in Germany for several years through the provision of rental cars to travellers.
The mobility provider has added the Volvo Recharge to its range, which comprises of a new line of pure-electric and plug-in hybrid cars.
The partnership leverages Sixt’s extensive expertise in mobility for more than 100 years and Smart Rent a Car’s experience in the local car rental market.
The car rental company said it was responding to the increasing importance of the product sector and seeking to tap into new potential as part of its international growth strategy.
Giltrap is a leading automotive company in the destination with over 50 years in the market, providing an infrastructure that includes distribution, retail and vehicle financing.