Eurasia Travel Network continues to grow
Eurasia Travel Network (ETN), the Schulte Group’s award-winning Marine and Corporate travel agency, is looking forward to further growth under the leadership of newly appointed Managing Director, Nikos Bolias, who is based in Cyprus.
“2017 is a very important year for ETN as we continue to enhance our capabilities and further increase the value our services provide to customers” said Nikos, a seasoned professional with thirty-three years’ experience in the aviation and travel industry.
With IATA approved offices located in Cyprus, India, the Isle of Man and the Philippines and associated offices in Hong Kong, China and Singapore, ETN’s extensive capabilities offer customers real benefits.
The team of multilingual travel experts are available to manage travel requirements 24 hours a day, seven days a week and provide local fares at competitive prices, with no hidden or additional charges. Additionally, ETN’s strict adherence to established policies and procedures guarantees a global standard of high quality service.
Business expansion is being supported through technical and commercial advancements, including online booking and agreements with strategic partners and suppliers that will enable seamless travel for seafarers.
A good example in this area is the PAL Ticketing software module which ensures that thousands of seafarers travelling around the world are able to get to and from home efficiently and cost-effectively, without the need to use telephones or email.
Crucial to ETN’s success are its employees, outlined Nikos, who places a strong emphasis on effective personnel management and development.
“I am very pleased and proud that Eurasia Travel Network personnel are not only well-trained, but also very committed to providing an excellent service to our customers. They play a critical role in supporting the achievement of our business growth objectives.”
“The goal is to achieve our objectives profitably through satisfied customers and the highest level of focus on seafarers’ welfare,” he concluded.