THE HISTORY OF EUROPCAR & MSIC TRANSPORTATION
Since 1949, Europcar has been in pursuit of outstanding service and unwavering commitment to its customers. It is currently the world’s leading car rental company and operates in 6 continents with airport, city and provincial locations strategically placed to serve everyone in need of transportation.
On 01 January 2003, MSIC Transportation, Inc. (operating under the name iNFiNiTY Rent A Car) began its operations with ten vehicles of different makes and models. It was the exclusive limousine provider to the Hotel InterContinental Manila in Makati City.
MSIC Transportation Inc., was handpicked by Europcar Asia Pacific to be its Philippine representative and franchise licensee as they share the same mission and vision of professionalism and excellence.
On 10 October 2006, MSIC Transportation forged a partnership through a franchise agreement with the Europcar Asia Pacific (ECAP). The Bangkok-based ECAP handles franchise agreements and general operations in the Asian region as well as Australia and New Zealand. Part of the Asia Pacific franchise network includes Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Fiji, Laos and Cambodia.
On 28 April 2008, Europcar Asia Pacific was acquired by Europcar International (ECI). This gives the Paris-based company direct operations in markets outside of Europe for the first time and enhances access to the fast-growing Asia-Pacific market.
THE PRESENT AND BEYOND
Today, there are over 200 vehicles that range from the compact four-door, the versatile AUV, full-sized vans for up to 12 people and the luxurious limousine class. These vehicles are stationed in 14 rental locations that include 2 major hotels in the Makati area, Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay and Parañaque and in the various areas of Cebu, Pampanga and Davao and General Santos City.
MSIC Transportation, Inc. serves international transients visiting the Philippines for business and leisure, as well as many clients from local government, multinational corporations and SMEs. We are proud to say we have been front liners in welcoming the diplomats, foreign officials and heads of state by being the choice transportation provider for many consulates, embassies and international organizations.
We provide customers with a total transportation solution. Whether it be a self-drive vehicle, chauffeur service, one way trip, airport and city transfer or bridal car hire, you can choose from our pre-arranged trips and packages or have one created especially for you. Special arrangements for special vehicles such as bulletproof 4-wheel drives, mini-bus coaches and even yacht and helicopters can be arranged given ample time.
The newest ventures of MSIC Transportation include Valet Parking Service, Car Park Management Systems and Corporate Fleet Management. We have also stated offering long-term vehicle lease packages with vehicle maintenance are available.
Joining the Europcar Family has extended our network for inbound and outbound reservations to every location where Europcar is represented. Clients traveling out of the Philippines can enjoy the confirmation of their mode of transportation before they leave home by reaching the Reservation Center or internet booking via www.europcar.com. Our local website www.europcar.com.ph is also available for local bookings. It is also under development for functionality similar to the global website.
We are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We never stop working to develop new transportation packages or to look for new ways to serve our customers. We serve the world. What can we do for you?
Our regular fleet is composed of the following categories and vehicles:
(for Limousine Service)
* Vehicle category available for self-drive
** Subject to availability per branch
Each vehicle includes a comprehensive insurance package that includes:
· TPL – Third Party Liability (minimum requirement by the Philippine Government)
· CDW – Collision Damage Waiver
· PAI – Personal Accident insurance (for the driver and each passenger)