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22/01/2015

Caledonian Macbrayne confirms sponsorship of Bee's Knees customer focus award

Caledonian MacBrayne has confirmed sponsorship of the Excellence in Customer Focus Award for Greenock Chamber of Commerce's Bee's Knees Awards.

Representatives from the Gourock-based ferry operator, which won the chamber's Best Performing Large Company accolade in 2014, joined business people from around Inverclyde at a launch event for the 2015 awards at the Waterfront Cinema in Greenock.

 

"Customer focus is at the heart of everything we do at Caledonian MacBrayne," said Commercial Director Cathy Craig. "We are pleased to support this category and the work of the chamber in helping companies, large and small, across Inverclyde to gain local recognition for their great work.

 

"The launch was attended by a large number of businesses from across the area and the diversity and quality is remarkable.

 

"Caledonian MacBrayne is a major employer in the area and it is important for us to forge these links and play our part within the local business community."

 

In 2014, Caledonian MacBrayne carried 4.65 million passengers, 1.1 million cars, almost 93,000 commercial vehicles and more than 11,000 coaches, highlighting, perhaps, the level of importance the company places on both customer service and care.

 

 

ENDS

 

Sent by:

Fiona Holland, PR Manager, Caledonian MacBrayne

01475 656309

 

Picture shows:

Caledonian MacBrayne's Commercial Director Cathy Craig (second from left) joined organisers and sponsors at the launch of Greenock Chamber of Commerce's 2015 Bee's Knees Awards

 

Notes to editors:

 

1) Further information about CalMac is available at www.calmac.co.uk

 

2) Caledonian MacBrayne and CalMac are trading names of CalMac Ferries Ltd (CFL). These names are used under licence from Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL). The lion rampant device is used by CFL with the permission of CMAL.

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