In 1992 Enterprise surpasses $1 billion in annual revenues and nearly 10, 000 employees in its work force. Enterprise’s leasing division becomes Enterprise Fleet Services, focusing on serving businesses with small- to mid-sized fleets. In 1993 Enterprise opens its first international office in Windsor, Canada. By this time the company has more than 200, 000 rental vehicles and 1, 500 locations. In 1994 Enterprise opens its first European rental office in Reading, England. In 1995 Enterprise opens its first on-airport rental location at the Denver International Airport. The company has more than $2 billion in annual revenue and operates more than 250, 000 rental vehicles.
In 1999 Enterprise surpasses the half-million-vehicles mark in its rental and leasing fleet and 4, 000 locations worldwide. The company opens its first Rent-A-Truck location (now known as Commercial Trucks). In 2004 Enterprise operates more than 6, 000 offices in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, and Germany. In the U.S., it has locations within 15 miles of 90 percent of the entire population. The company has 600, 000 rental car and 135, 000 Fleet Services vehicles in service. The company surpasses $7 billion in annual revenue.
In 2005 Enterprise opens its 200th Airport location. The company has more than $8 billion in annual revenue. In 2006 Enterprise posts $9 billion in annual revenue and operates a total fleet of 878, 000 vehicles with more than 64, 000 employees. In 2007 Enterprise celebrates its 50th anniversary. Best selling author Kirk Kazanjian releases his book, "Exceeding Customer Expectations, " demonstrating the keys to building lifetime customers by uncovering the success secrets of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
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