ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday April 13, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 46
Financial Times  

Mackinnons Amex Travels’ decision to relocate, works

The strategic decision made by Mackinnons American Express Travels (Pvt.) Ltd. to relocate its head office from Colombo Fort to a more accessible location after a period of 35 long years has paid rich dividends, resulting in an increased leisure customer volume of 20% in comparison to the previous year, the company said.

The company made this announcement recently, parallel to the first anniversary celebrations of moving in to the more centralized and customer friendly office complex with state-of-the-art facilities and ample parking, located in Colombo 2. CEO of Mackinnons American Express Travels (Pvt.) Ltd. and Senior Vice President of John Keells Holdings Group, Trevor Rajaratnam said that in addition to ease of access and parking facilities of the size of a football field, the new office also comprises of distinctive departments for different passenger needs, such as Corporate and Retail Travel, Outbound Holidays, Foreign Exchange issuance, and Visa and Immigration facilitation etc: To serve our clients with greater efficiency. Mackinnons American Express Travels which was established in the year 1972 is a joint venture between Sri Lanka’s leading conglomerate John Keells Holdings PLC and the world’s No. 1 travel agency, American Express International Inc.


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