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Following significant growth in 2015 year to date, Air Charter Service’s German operation is expanding into new premises in Frankfurt.
Caroline Werf, Managing Director ACS Germany, explains the move: “We are near the end of what is set to be our record year and we have almost doubled in size, in terms of staff, since January. This new office is nearer the centre of the city and will better serve most of our clients who are based here. We have around double the floorspace of our last office allowing us room for further growth of the team. Along with our expanding passenger and cargo departments, our On Board Courier team is also growing more rapidly than expected as they have smashed all targets for this year.
“We are currently almost 50% up on last year in terms of revenue and hope to build further on this come the end of the year. This new office gives us the chance to expand our already experienced team over the coming year – these are very exciting times to be part of ACS Germany.”
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