< PrevNext > 30. EFR Travel (£37.6m) Share 43-45 High Road, Bushey WD23 1EE02084217090efrtravel.co.uk[email protected]UK business travel gross sales 2019 £37,600,000New business 2019 £4,800,000Key people Edward Rom, Chief executive officer; David Strange, Corporate director; Craig Murray, Head of technology; Nick Alibey, Strategic sales manager.Main industry sectors of clients Fashion, property, legal, investment, pharmaceutical, shipping, asset management, sport, media.Services offered in addition to business travel Meetings & events, private charters and jets, leisure travel, golf resorts.Type of company Privately owned.Number of transactions in 2019 50,684Transactions handled online 34%(Air 66% • Hotel 18% • Rail 11% • Car 2% • MICE 3%)Locations and networks London, Camberley, Manchester, Glasgow. New York, Los Angeles. Advantage Travel Partnership, The BTA, Focus Travel Partnership, Radius, WIN.Average years of service/experience 12 yrs/17 yrsGDS and technology Sabre. Real-time reporting (Travelogix), mobile app (TripCase and Atriis), online booking tools (SAP Concur, GetThere, Atriis), payment solutions (Conferma), air fare quality control and compliance (Magnatech), duty of care (Safepoint).Biggest innovations in 2019 The rollout of Atriis has allowed the company to ensure it has unsurcharged content with airlines and “drive down air fare for/from all destinations at locally contracted rates”.TMC description Providing global corporate travel services for more than 18 years. It says it “truly embraces the concept of global travel management” with offices in New York and Los Angeles and “clients are currently seeing savings of up to 28% per annum within premium air cabins through strategic sourcing of air content”.