Holiday Taxis in reshuffle

August 2007
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;8/31/2007, Issue 2782, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the lack of plan of Holiday Taxis to replace managing director Neil Herbert who left the company in Great Britain. However, it has made several changes to its management structure. According to Herbert, his departure was for personal reasons and he is relocating to the Cambridge area. The company appointed its first operations manager and sales and marketing director.


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