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Taxis were supplied in bulk

Chris Jordan came to the aid of 30 stranded senior execs

The recent labour dispute that disrupted London Underground services highlighted the value of the service offered by About 30 senior execs were at a breakfast meeting at the Google offices in Central St Giles and were then scheduled to cross the city to attend the Business Travel Show.

The tube strike meant that taxis were the only speedy alternative, but then thousands of other people had been pushed in the direction of London cabbies for their public transport. It looked as if the Business Travel Show, 4.4 miles away at Earls Court, might be a no-no.

The business execs turned for help to Cabfind, a ground transportation specialist. Cabfind was able to provide a small fleet of Addison Lee taxis that picked up the passengers and delivered them rapidly to the show. was launched in 2005. Located in The Wirral in the North West of England, it is now well established as a service to manage the private hire transport needs of its 60 or more clients in the public and private sector.

It is able to buy transport services favourably in volume and provide corporate clients with a single point of contact for all their ground transport nationwide.

As Chris Jordan, MD of, puts it: ‘It is our job to simplify the process for business travellers when it comes to getting from A to B. We were therefore delighted to help out on this occasion, particularly as it was getting to The Business Travel Show, which is such an important fixture in the business travel calendar. We were exhibiting, so we were even able to welcome some of them to our own stand!

‘With companies such as Virgin Trains and First Great Western on our books, we have extensive experience in helping passengers to complete their journeys quickly and safely when, for whatever reason, their trains can’t run. We can call on a virtual fleet of over 120,000 vehicles and so we are able to assist business travellers wherever they are in the UK - however remote.’

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