Stewart Travel Joins Uniglobe Network in the U.K.

Business Travel News | July 30, 2019

Stewart Travel based in Glasgow, Scotland, and founded more than 30 years ago has joined Vancouver-based Uniglobe Travels network. Uniglobe especially intends to leverage the travel management companys expertise in servicing the travel needs of shipping, offshore and marine security industries, Uniglobe founder and CEO Gary Charlwood said. In this month alone, two Middle East agencies and one French agency have joined Uniglobe.

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