Top 3 business Sectors benefiting from Long term Vehicle Rental Services

he establishment of the Dublin Docklands as a technological and financial hub, due to arrival of conglomerates such as Facebook, Google and Qualtrics, has meant that the speed of Ireland’s economic recovery has defied most expectations.

Furthermore, these tech firms have compelled service-providing businesses to follow them to Ireland, and they too are now sustaining the economy as major labour employers.

And, while it hardly bears repeating, returning to the frivolity that came to define so much of the last decade, would be - to put it mildly -misguided.

Below, we have highlighted three currently thriving industries that would certainly yield substantial savings from long-term rental services:

Recruitment Services

recruitment services

Charged with attracting, selecting and appointing suitable candidates for jobs within an organisation the industry is faced with a new challenge to ensure the talent pool for the new economy continues to be filled.

And with over 1,400 people either returning to work in Ireland each week or moving here for the first time, according to recent CSO figures, the industry is definitely benefiting from the new economic growth. And with news on a fortnightly basis on announcements on new roles jobs, we foresee the recruitment industry having a banner year.

Companies like frsrecruitment, sigmarrecruitment, collinsmcnicholas, allen recruitment and cpl are now all vying to ensure that these new industries have the experts required for these new roles as quickly as possible.

Europcar Business Fleet provides a long term renting solution for individuals and businesses.

The concept is simple, you can access the car or van you require for as long as you want. Our long-term fleet rental offers a customised and efficient alternative to leasing

Courier/logistics Services

With eCommerce giants like Amazon and Ebay spreading across the world at lightning speed, they would require logistics and fulfillment in every country.

Meanwhile, a €40 million state-of-the-art logistics and industrial hub in Baldonnel, has been given the green light. This is a huge win for Ireland and, with Irish eCommerce accounting for over €4m per day, it was inevitable that such a facility will be established here. . The surge in online shopping shows no signs of tapering off just yet. Revenues at Irish e-commerce sites grew 45 per cent in 2016 for the second consecutive year, according to the latest study by Wolfgang Digital.

And online spend count for 6% of the Irish economy. With that in mind, logistics services would be more relevant than ever before as you can see the trend for the need for this service is going in the upward right direction.

Construction Services

Journey through Dublin city centre or its commuter belt, and you will be immediately struck by the sheer scale of commercial and residential construction in progress .

CIS (Construction Information Services) are updating their content on a daily basis informing us of projects that are in the pipeline or already approved to a tune of over €5 Billion awarded to companies for different projects with the highest values been over €200 Million for a data centre in Dublin and many more across the country.

Definitely the construction services is doing well in this new economy and the great thing is there is always a synergy between the all the mentioned services and other services in the country. Once they do well and they keep performing to the optimum they would be able to

Indeed, Ireland has risen from the grey cloud that covered it couple of years ago and these services are bearing the fruit. The good thing about these sectors doing so well is that they trickle down to other sectors.

The Ripple Effect

The hospitality services will get its revenue due to people enjoying themselves with more disposable income stores to get there fair share through confidence of consumer buying overall everyone benefits.

With all of this comes the need for mobility services and Europcar business fleet provides a flexible mobility option compared to leasing, which means you are not tied to a contract.

With a long term rental option from Europcar Business Fleet, you will be pleased to know that your will can return your long term car rental easefully. Flexibility is what we offer our clients, with long term car rental offering price certainty for as long or as short as your business requires. This frees up capital for the growth of your business.