Jacqueline Lehmann Vogel appointed Regional VP and MD of Hertz Australia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 27 February 2009

Hertz has announced the appointment of Ms Jacqueline Lehmann Vogel as the new Region Vice President and Managing Director of Hertz Australia, with responsibility for the companys operations in Australia and New Zealand.

Ms Lehmann Vogel, currently General Manager of Hertz Switzerland, will succeed Mr David Schulte, who has retired after 28 years with Hertz Corporation, including two terms as head of the Australia / New Zealand operations.

In her new role, commencing in Melbourne on 1 April, 2009, Ms Lehmann Vogel will be responsible for revenue growth and profit achievement for Hertz corporate and licensee operations in Australia, New Zealand and neighbouring Pacific Islands.

Her role will include generating revenue from Hertz activities both within Australasia / Pacific and sales in this region for rentals in overseas markets.

Ms Lehmann Vogel has been a key member of the Hertz Europe leadership team since 2004, when she became General Manager, Hertz Switzerland.

Prior to joining Hertz, Ms Lehmann Vogel held senior positions in sales, service and customer management. She also worked with Hertz Switzerland from 1985-1992, pioneering many new customer relations best practices and processes.

Hertz is currently in the process of conducting an internal and external search for her successor in Switzerland.

Hertz operates from more than 8100 locations in over 147 countries, including more than 210 locations throughout Australia.

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