Houston upgrade for booming ACS

Air Charter Service’s Houston operation has upgraded to larger premises a little over a year after the US arm of the UK-based broker opened its doors, helped by booming cargo demand.
Dustin Roades, director of ACS Houston, said: “We have hired three new charter specialists this year already to cope with the demand and are on the lookout for more. And with extra staff we needed a larger office space, so to move here to Post Oak Boulevard is ideal – it’s a bright and modern working environment.”
The Houston cargo department is already one of the top performing of ACS’s worldwide cargo departments.
Roades added: “The cargo aircraft charter market around the southern states is booming. We had a fairly large customer base when we moved here but we didn’t expect the office to take off quite so well.
“The team has done really well and we have benefitted from new initiatives for our worldwide offices working together. The size of this new office means that we will be able to expand and grow here, for the next few years at least.”

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