GlobalStar Travel Management has welcomed Maritime Travel back to its partner network, the company announced Tuesday (Oct. 18).
Maritime Travel was a founding member of the GlobalStar network back in 2001. With Maritime re-joining GlobalStar, the network is “strengthened significantly in Canada."
“To say that everyone at GlobalStar is proud to welcome Maritime Travel back to the network is something of an understatement,” said James Stevenson, CEO at GlobalStar, in a statement.
“It is a real endorsement of our strategy to see one of our founding members re-join. It proves that we are doing it right and have created a network that adds value, service, technology, and experience to each and every one of our Partners. Maritime’s footprint across Canada will be beneficial to all of our clients, providing that bespoke local knowledge on which we pride ourselves globally.”
Gary Gaudry, president of Maritime Travel, added: “It is with real pleasure that we are joining the GlobalStar network once again. As one of the original members, we realised great value.”
“I am excited at what our new future together will hold. Every Partner shares the same values and goals. There is much to learn and to share from technology to client service and everything in between.”
“We are looking forward to working together with our new GlobalStar Partners.”
GlobalStar Travel Management is a worldwide travel management organization, operating in more than 2,500 locations in more than 55 countries.