When high winds across Northern Europe threatened to disrupt travel plans we out-smarted the weather.

When a developing storm system was forecast to disruptive northern Europe, our Incident Management team jumped into action to keep our travellers moving.

HIGH SPEED HAZARD

The winds were forecast to hit 75-90 kph, with hazardous conditions expected to spread debris, cause damage to infrastructure and result in potential power outages. It was imperative that we alerted our clients in good time to make alternate arrangements.

IN THE PATH OF THE STORM

One airport in the path of the storm was Amsterdam, which would have caused serious problems for, leading law firm Simmons & Simmons.

By working proactively to keep travellers informed and provide a plan B, we made sure the storm didn’t impact business.

INTELLIGENCE TO KEEP YOU MOVING

Reed & Mackay’s Incident Management Unit takes feeds from hundreds of sources including live feeds from air traffic control and alerts powered by leading risk intelligence company WorldAware.

WHAT THE CLIENT SAID – MADDIE BASTIANELLI, SECRETARY, SIMMONS & SIMMONS LLP

“We are very grateful for the Reed & Mackay travel disruption notification received this morning, as it allowed one of our Partners to change his plans from flying today to Amsterdam to taking the Eurostar instead. Rozel was utterly brilliant!

I think the all-round service we received from Reed & Mackay this morning shows why Reed & Mackay is a trusted and excellent Travel Management Company. Thank you from Tom and from me.”