Frosch Hires Marine/Offshore Specialty Team

(Press Release)
Thursday, April 14, 2011

Frosch is ranked as the #6 Travel Management Company in the US, with dual headquarters in Houston and New York.  To continue its growth, Frosch recently created and hired a Marine and Offshore Specialty Team with a combined 100 years of experience in crew rotation management. The team is led by Managing Director and industry veteran, Gina Crawford. Through the combination of the Frosch Corporate and Offshore Teams, the company is offering a centralized solution to travel management for the energy market. Benefits include:

1.     Dedicated agent team for crew management and direct access to marine & offshore contracts

2.     Dedicated agent team for corporate travelers and direct access to FROSCH preferred airline upgrade and hotel programs

3.     In-house emergency after hours teams staffed FROSCH employees 24/7/365

4.     Specialized division for Groups, Meetings & Events

With $800 million in revenue, Frosch operates with more than 1000 staff nationwide and service corporate and offshore clients in 43 countries through our ownership in GSM Travel Management (3,500 employees & $4 billion USD in revenue). For more information: http://frosch.com/cob_most/frosch_cob_most.pdf


 

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