Hogg Robinson Group has been awarded the contract to deliver global travel management services for NATO. The three year award is the culmination of an extensive bidding process and will involve a phased approach to service delivery. Phase 1 initially covers 11 NATO entities across five markets, with the option of 13 additional markets joining the framework at a later stage, Phase 2.
Corporate services company Hogg Robinson Group has been awarded the contract for the overall travel management for the government of Canada. The seven year award is the culmination of an extensive three year bidding process.
International corporate services company Hogg Robinson Group and Citi Commercial Cards has announced they have entered into a preferred relationship to deliver enhanced travel programme solutions to the market. With operational networks in over 100 countries, HRG and Citi Commercial Cards will work closely to bring to market a number of travel industry innovations that will combine Citi Commercial Card business’s leading solutions with HRG’s expert travel, meetings, expense, data and advisory management services.
Revenue at business travel provider Hogg Robinson Group has increase ten per cent, to £187 million, in the six months to September 30th, according to the latest figures from the firm. As a result, underlying operating profit margins were up from 11.5 per cent to 12.5 per cent, while net debt fell £16.9 million to £68.9 million over the period.
dnata has confirmed its first foray into the Indian market with the official launch of its travel services operation in India. In partnership with the award-winning international corporate services company Hogg Robinson Group, the fourth largest air services provider in the world will offer corporate travel solutions in India.
As the UK gets ready to begin its ‘one year to go’ countdown to the start of the London 2012 Olympics, Hogg Robinson Group is taking extra steps to ensure that its corporate clients are supported during the Games. It is now known that 65 per cent of London’s usual 120,000 rooms will be allocated to the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games.
Companies are consolidating their business travel in Latin America as corporate traffic to the region increases exponentially, according to Hogg Robinson Group. The corporate travel Services Company said, in order to meet this growing demand, it has appointed two new Partners in Bolivia and Panama.
The business travel sector was given a shot in the arm after Hogg Robinson, one of the top-four global corporate travel providers, reported a double-digit rise in profit as its customers start spending again. The group also experienced a rush of corporations looking to get their staff back to work during the ash cloud crisis.
Room rates in Moscow remain the highest in the world for the fifth consecutive year, despite a 12 per cent year-on-year slide to £266 per night. They were also over a fifth higher than the second most expensive destination, Abu Dhabi (£223).
International corporate travel services company Hogg Robinson Group (HRG) has today announced the appointment of O-VOYAGES as its partner in Benin.