Inntel’s Green journey wins official backing

A travel firm has underlined its
commitment to Green principles.

Inntel has retained its ISO 9001 and ISO
14001 accreditations for three years.

The firm was awarded ISO 9001 in 1994
underlining its strong customer focus and continual improvement, while ISO
14001, first achieved in 2009, recognises its effective environmental system
that has seen a reduction in waste and savings in energy consumption.

Inntel has also been awarded a silver
award for its Business Travel Plan.  

Douglas O’Neill, managing director, said:
“We are proud to continue to be recognised as a company who are able to remain
commercially successful without overlooking its environmental responsibilities.

“As a keen cyclist I am pleased to see our
staff making a conscious effort in finding alternative methods of transport
when travelling to work.”

The firm has strengthened its account
management team with the appointment of David Luney and Eleanor Sumner
(pictured).

Jane Dibble, director of business
development said: “It’s fantastic news for Inntel that we are continuing to see
positive growth throughout the company, and are able to keep investing in key
areas of the business such as the account management team, whose relationships
with our clients is crucial to this success.”

“I’m confident with the experience and
skills David and Eleanor will bring to the team that they will be a real asset
to Inntel.”

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