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USA Dominates Global Car Rental Market, According to MarketLine Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

10 Apr 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The total revenue generated by the worldwide car rental industry in 2016 stood at more than USD 74.149 billion, registering a 5.7% CAGR during 2012-2016.

The obvious leader operating in the global car rentals is the USA, capturing a share of 46.5% of the overall industry revenue, which is considerably bigger compared to continents all over the world. Europe captures just over 24% and the share of APAC equates to around 20.5% of the market revenue.

The market in terms of consumption volume surged at a 5.1% CAGR between 2012-2016, with the size of the rental car fleet reaching a total of 6,325.3 thousand by end-2016.

Comprehensive market research report “Car Rental Global Industry Almanac_2017” created by MarketLine offers true, in-depth insights into the performance of the market on a worldwide level.

The study offers authoritative data on the market values and volumes, alongside presenting detailed market forecasts to 2021-end. The research provides detailed category segmentation of the market, an all-round analysis of key market growth trends, and sheds light on leading regional markets and their key countries. The report gives details about the competitive intensity as well as the attractiveness of the worldwide car rental marketplace; presents insightful descriptions of the leading players, analysing their financials and operations worldwide.

Reasons to Buy:

  • save time by gaining deep information and analysis on the global car rental market;
  • identify the level of the competitive intensity in the industry;
  • get information on the top players, their financials and global activities;
  • and more.

More comprehensive market research reports by the publisher can be found at its page.


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