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QUNICY, Mass. — ETS International, a global provider of chauffeur-driven transportation services based in the Boston area, has enjoyed triple-digit revenue growth over the past 12 months — adding 22 employees and 10 new vehicles while most of the limousine industry has been slammed by the recession.
“Our business philosophy and experience have fortunately enabled us to actually expand in this down market,” explains John Greene, President of ETS. “We provide our clients with a value proposition, and they have not only continued using us, they tell their business associates, friends and families about us.”
Greene’s years of experience in the industry also kept him from panicking and immediately firing members of his staff when the recession first hit. Instead, he’s assembled a “dream team” of people who were recently laid off by other companies struggling with the economy. This has enabled ETS to deliver an unparalleled level of service, further adding to customer loyalty.
One of ETS’s biggest growth areas has been its global network, which provides service to clients in cities worldwide through affiliated companies. ETS also provides service to the clients of its affiliates, when they need transportation in the Boston area.
ETS International operates a fleet of luxury sedans, SUVs, limousines and executive vans in the Boston area, as well as a global network that provides a wide menu of service in cities around the world.
ETS is owned by brothers John M. Greene, President/CEO, and Peter Greene, executive vice president of operations, who have more than 40 years of combined experience owning and managing executive transportation firms. Their previous business, which was purchased by Carey International, was listed among the Fastest Growing Companies in the nation by Inc. Magazine three times running.
Information: (888) 366-3388; visit www.etsintl.net.
Source: ETS International
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