International Travel House Limited – India joins GlobalStar Travel Management
International Travel House Limited (ITH), founded in 1981 currently with a network of 10 IATA Travel Offices, 14 Car Rental Offices and 19 Hotel Travel Counters and HQ in Delhi joins GlobalStar from the 1st August 2010.
ITH is connected to the Amadeus GDS and holds an exceptional reputation on the Meetings and Incentive market next to Corporate Travel. Travel House will be joining the GlobalStar Board and have direct input into the future strategy of the organization which was an influential factor in their decision to join.
ITH’s Managing Director Jehangir J Ghadiali comments; “We are excited to finally being able to offer a true multinational Travel Management solution for our clients through GlobalStar. We believe in outstanding personal service and smart travel management solutions to our customers. We believe that the proposition of the GlobalStar organization fits our needs perfectly and are proud to join this established and constantly growing network of independent travel management companies”.
“To say that we are delighted to have ITH onboard with us now is an understatement” said Steve Hartwell GlobalStar’s President. “We have been in discussion with ITH for some time now, it’s quite impressive what they have been able to accomplish in the Indian market and we are excited to have ITH joining our network. ITH is able to provide a true National Travel Management solution across India which, in this fast growing market is essential seen the strong demand for personal and local services”.
For additional information please visit GlobalStar Travel Management at booth number 1851 during NBTA in Houston.
About GlobalStar Travel Management: GlobalStar is a worldwide travel management company owned and managed by local entrepreneurs. Over 70 market leading enterprises, representing over US$13 billion in sales, combine their local expertise, strength and commitment to deliver cohesive, multinational solutions through an innovative technology platform.
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