FCm named Africa’s leading corporate travel company

FCm Travel Solutions is celebrating its fifth title in the 2012 World Travel Awards after being named Africa’s Leading Corporate Travel Company.

FCm currently holds the mantle of ‘World’s Leading Travel Management Company’ and this year has also been confirmed by the World Travel Awards as the Leading Travel Management Company for the Middle East, North America, South America and Mexico / Central America.

FCm Global Leader, Gregory Lording, said the company was thrilled to add another prestigious industry award to its line-up of accolades already received this year.

“This is the first time FCm has won the corporate travel award for Africa and we’re delighted to add this honour to our achievements for 2012,” Gregory said.

“We’re delighted to see our winning streak in the World Travel Awards continue after having a stellar year in the awards program in 2011. These awards are testament to the ongoing operational, sales and brand success our business has experienced globally during the past 12 months and it’s great to see the company acknowledged for industry excellence in so many regions.”

FCm’s Middle East and Africa network General Manager Ciarán Kelly said the awards acknowledged FCm’s reputation as a regional and global leader in corporate travel management.

“The strength of our partner network in Africa ensures FCm can provide customers operating in this region with localised business travel expertise and on-the-ground service,” Ciarán said.

 “The calibre of our network partners in Africa, their relationships with suppliers and broad scale business travel solutions means our corporate clients receive the same high quality customer service in Africa as they do elsewhere within our global network.

“The Middle East and Africa have been key focus areas for FCm of late and these awards recognise our efforts to deliver service excellence and more travel management value to our clients in this region.”

 

Source = FCm Travel Solutions
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