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TWIN Establishes Ties To Italian AgencyOctober 27, 2011 By: George Dooley Travel Agent
The TWIN (TRAVELSAVERS Worldwide Independent Network) global travel management company reports it has established a strong tie to Italy with the signing of travel agency Frigerio Viaggi to its international network.
A leader in its region, Frigerio Viaggi was established in 1974 and today operates in various sectors of travel including: retail services with nine offices; franchise networking (Frigerio Viaggi Network was established in1999 and currently has 63 franchises throughout Italy); and business travel, MICE, leisure and holidays, supported by over 200 employees, TWIN says.
Simone Frigerio, sales and marketing director of Frigerio Viaggi, said, “We are very proud to be part of TWIN, as we’ve been chosen among some of the major national TMCs to represent Italy. The new partnership will enable us to provide travel services in highly competitive markets, offering sophisticated tools for travel management, as well as having international exposure. Frigerio Viaggi will participate in international bids and provide our customers with a global presence.”
Rick Mazza, president and CEO of TRAVELSAVERS and TWIN, commented, “We welcome the team at Frigerio Viaggi to our organization. They bring additional resources to TWIN and a personal touch on-the-ground in Italy that will help our agencies deliver higher standards of service to their clients visiting the region. In turn, TWIN gives Frigerio access to a network of top agencies on five continents to collaborate with and share business. TWIN also provides state-of-the-art technology to assist them in increasing operational efficiencies.”