Thomas Cook India expands currency offering

27th Jul 2012
Thomas Cook India expands currency offering

Thomas Cook India, the largest integrated travel financial services company in the country, has launched two dedicated Foreign Exchange branches in Bhavnagar and Porbandar, Gujarat.

With the opening of its new offices, Thomas Cook India now offers its customers access to 14 dedicated Foreign Exchange branches in Gujarat.

These include three in Ahmedabad, two in Baroda, and one each in Rajkot, Surat, Navsari, Bardoli, Anand, Jamnagar, Bhuj, Bhavnagar and Porbundar.

The Bhavnagar and Porbandar branches will provide a diverse range of services such as Inward remittances via MoneyGram and Xpress Money, products such as currency note in 26 global currencies, travellers cheque, drafts and wires.

The branches will also offer ticketing facilities.

Commenting on the opening of the two branches, Madhavan Menon, managing director, Thomas Cook India said: “Gujarat is a strong market and one that we will continue to focus on with its diverse customer segments of business, holiday makers, outbound students and NRIs.

“Bhavnagar’s SME and export community offers us opportunities from a business travel perspective, while Porbandar has unique potential in the inward remittance and encashment market.

“We hope to offer convenience and access to our valuable customer base and our MoneyGram agent partners via our new branches in Gujarat.”


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