- The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism has granted the rent a car company this distinction for compliance with the “Guides for reduction of contagion of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the tourism sector”, the only guides approved by the Ministry of Health.
OK Rent a Car has received the “Responsible Tourism” distinction granted by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, for guaranteeing that its vehicle hire offices comply with the health safety protocols established for the tourism sector.
Created by the State Secretary for Tourism, along with the sector, social agents and Autonomous Communities, and approved by the Ministry of Health, the “Guides for reduction of contagion of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the tourism sector” contain specifications on service, cleaning and disinfection, maintenance, and risk management for the different subsectors of the tourism sector.
Since the start of the current health crisis, OK Rent a Car has followed the safety and hygiene recommendations established by the WHO and the Spanish authorities, offering a guarantee of cleaning in all hire vehicles to ensure the wellbeing of its clients.
The CEO of OK Rent a Car, Othman Ktiri, states that “this distinction offers confidence and safety, essential at this time to once again attract national and international travellers to our country.” In this regard, Ktiri states that “it is everyone’s responsibility to devote effort and resources to creating a safe tourism environment, acting with the greatest responsibility. This is how we have always acted at OK Rent a Car, and now more than ever, we must continue to offer our services with all safety guarantees.”
The company now receives this distinction from the Government for compliance with the health safety protocols that have allowed a safe environment to be created in all its offices, for both clients and employees.
OK Rent a Car continues with its strategy set for 2020, which includes the recent openings of offices in the centre of Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, as well as the launch of new offices in Italy, in the cities of Rome and Milan.