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Hertz Christchurch City Branch Taking Bookings

Hertz New Zealand Christchurch City Branch Taking Bookings Ahead of Unveiling

Hertz set to return to Christchurch, six years after the Canterbury earthquakes

9 May 2017, New Zealand – Hertz New Zealand is pleased to announce that it is now taking bookings for its new Christchurch City location. From August 2017, customers will be able to rent from the new store, marking a significant return for Hertz - six years after the Canterbury earthquakes.

Mark Righton, Country Manager Hertz New Zealand, said: “This is a monumental moment for our team at Hertz, we’re all really proud of our return to Christchurch City. Like many businesses, we were forced out of central Christchurch by the 2010 earthquake and we have been working really hard to return ever since.”

“We’re thrilled for our return to provide convenient transportation options to our customers travelling to or residing in Christchurch. Bookings are now open ahead of our official unveiling in August,” said Mark.

The Hertz Christchurch City branch will be located on the corner of Kilmore and Manchester Streets, with a range of vehicles available from economy through to premium.

Hertz is also pleased to announce its attendance at New Zealand’s premier tourism event, TRENZ 2017 in Auckland from the 9th-12th of May.Hertz will share further information on the Christchurch City opening and location to the travel and tourism industry during the event. TRENZ visitors can find Hertz at booth 2110.

To make a booking, please visit:, or call the reservations team on 0800 654 321.


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