Skip to main content

ACS expands in Singapore following rapid growth

By June 23, 2023No Comments

Broker Air Charter Service (ACS) has expanded its Singapore office after a rapid growth in demand.

The company first added a presence in Singapore in March 2020 but has since expanded the team and moved into a larger office.

ACS group chief executive Justin Bowman said: “Last year represented a 500% increase in charter numbers for Singapore on its strong first year, more than double compared to 2021 and this year has started well too.

“The team has worked tirelessly to build up the business and it is now one of our busiest offices in the Asia Pacific region. In recent years Singapore has become a rising force in Asia and these new premises will allow the next step in our growth in the region, as we are looking forward to growing the already strong team.”

Brendan Toomey, Singapore office chief executive, added: “After opening the office in March 2020, when Covid was first crossing borders, we were a little apprehensive as to what to expect. After expanding the team, we have invested in a larger office space in downtown Singapore, in order to prepare for the planned growth of the next five years.

“Moving into this amazing new office, which is more than four times the size of the previous one, and our team doubling in size in the past 12 months, is proof that our hard work is paying dividends.”

Profits up but revenues down at Air Charter Service

Arrowsmith returns to ACS in North America cargo role


The post ACS expands in Singapore following rapid growth appeared first on Air Cargo News.

Leave a Reply