Massport Unveils Car Rental Center At Logan

The Massachusetts Port Authority unveiled its new $310 million rental car center on Tuesday. Nine rental companies will operate out of the 120,000-square-foot customer service center and four-level garage. The new rental car center is being introduced with a new unified bus shuttle system at Logan. Starting Wednesday, diesel rental car buses will be eliminated from the airport’s roadway, Massport said. As a result, the airport’s bus traffic will drop from 100 diesel buses per hour to 28 hybrid buses per hour.
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Tesla Electric Cars Offered by Hertz at Two Airports

Model S Roadster

The company plans this year to deliver 21,000 of its flagship Model S sedans, priced from about $70,000, and double that volume next year as sales in Europe and Asia expand. Enterprise has carried three Tesla Model S cars in its Exotic Car Collection fleet since June and plans to add two more by the end of the year, Greg Phillips, a spokesman for the St. Louis-based company, said in an e-mail.
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China Leads Power Rental Market Analysis and 2020 Forecasts in New Research Report at RnRMarketResearch.com

Reasons To Buy Historical (2006-2012) and forecasted data (2013-2020) on the market (source) revenues. Segmentation of market revenues into project rental and retail rental. Also provided segmentation of market revenues on the basis of prime load, peak shaving and stand by.
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