With 9,000 locations in more than 60 countries and territories, we realise we’re a significant link in the automotive value chain, being uniquely positioned to quickly and efficiently introduce millions of drivers to new fuel and vehicle technology.
PAVING THE WAY AHEAD
Our commitment to the future of the passenger vehicle goes beyond investing in technologies already in the marketplace. We’re also investing in research to find the next game-changing sustainable alternative. Since 2006, Enterprise’s owners, The Taylor family, have given $37 million US dollars to The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and its Enterprise Institute for Renewable Fuels where scientists are researching and developing methods of creating next-generation biofuels that someday could be used on a large scale to power cars, vans and aircraft.
THE BIG PICTURE
At Enterprise Holdings, sustainability is more than just a popular business term. It's an integrated way of working in every department that's rooted in the vision established by our founder nearly 60 years ago. From the start, we have believed that by embracing, promoting and practicing sustainability, we benefit more than the environment. It's good for our people, our customers and our business as well.
Customer service plays a huge role in our vision of being a sustainable business. And it’s why taking care of customers is front and center in the new ad campaign we launched today.
Some assert that biofuels are increasing the price of food, but that's not the case if we adjust our diets and use non-food sources for biofuels.
Lee Broughton attended The Wall Street Journal’s ECO:nomics conference where he led a roundtable about Urban Mobility and the Integration of Alternative Vehicle Technology.