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TBR Global expands service to include corporate traveller security

TBR Global, an executive ground transportation company, has expanded its services to provide a secure global travel solution for the corporate travel management community.
Through a new partnership formed with security professionals Priavo, TBR Global has founded a specialist division named TBR Secure.


As many companies expand into high-risk regions, there is an increasing need for corporate travel managers to ensure the safety of company employees on business travel.


The newly formed TBR Secure team is experienced in this area, having managed ground transportation in many such areas, including African, the Middle East and Latin America.

Members of the TBR Secure team are highly experienced in providing secure transportation for high-profile individuals, events, roadshows and corporates. Clients are provided with a single consistent TBR Secure point of contact with whom they can build trust and familiarity.

From the pre-trip risk assessment TBR Secure is focused on delivering a safe and trustworthy service to the highest standard. Throughout the entire journey, TBR Secure ensures the journey is safe, relaxing and on schedule.

TBR Secure uses real-time data to determine the level of risk in a particular area. The potential threat of civil unrest, terror and political upheaval are all assessed. An associated security solution is then tailored to the group’s size and status.

Celine Murphy, commercial director of Priavo, said: “As many companies are expanding or outsourcing operations in emerging markets and complex environments we have experienced demand for a secure driving service.”

Craig Chambers, managing director of TBR Global, said: “The partnership allows us to offer a competitive secure chauffeur drive solution without the full costs of close protection details; a trend in which both companies have experienced real growth in recent months.”

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