ACS invests in larger premises in India

Air Charter Service’s (ACS) Indian operation has moved to new premises in Mumbai, in order to fulfil the UK-based broker’s growth plans in the region.

Ashish Wastrad, managing director of ACS India, commented: “We now have very strong teams in both our cargo and our passenger divisions, and we have consistently grown in terms of staff, revenue and number of charters since we opened the office here in 2012.

“We feel that now is the right time to move to larger premises to help us put our expansion plans into practice – our new office is more than twice the size of the previous workplace, giving us enough room for the foreseeable future.

“Last year saw a marked increase in terms of number of charter contracts, up 20% compared to 2015 and we are having a strong year in 2017 too. We hope that our continuous investment in the India charter market will keep our expansion strategy on course.”

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