HRG partners with Uzbekistan

Hogg Robinson Group (HRG) has named Travel Center as its new partner in Uzbekistan.

HRG partners with Uzbekistan
HRG partners with Uzbekistan
The corporate travel entity will trade as HRG Uzbekistan and support HRG’s clients with local and regional expertise.

Travel Center has built a 15% market share within an 18-month period in the country. The company's client list includes local and multi-national companies, as well as numerous embassies based in the country’s capital.

Keith Burgess, general counsel and central services director at HRG, said: "Uzbekistan is emerging as an increasingly important business destination, so we are delighted to welcome an organisation of Travel Center’s calibre and expertise to the HRG worldwide network. Travel Center brings in-depth knowledge of the local market, excellent client testimonials and supplier relations. Our partnership with them will ensure we are superbly placed to provide clients in the region with access to the best and latest corporate travel services."

Farkhad Rasulev, general director of Travel Center, said: "Joining HRG’s worldwide network will help us build upon the services we can provide internationally, whilst catering for the needs of HRG’s global clients looking to travel to the region.  We are looking forward to being part of a well-respected global brand and using our local expertise to bring additional value to clients."

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