Munro’s Travel said it had secured new business worth around £5 million since the start of the year.
The Aberdeen business travel specialist said the 19 new accounts notched up during 2019 equated to a 22% jump in annual turnover to about £23m.
Operators, service companies and drilling contractors make up the new accounts. It follows Munro’s recent move to streamline operations providing cost savings to customers, as well as its visa/passport support service.
Managing director Murray Burnett said: “To have accumulated this significant amount of business is a testament to the exceptional level of service Munro’s provides and has been providing for decades.
“Our ratio of new business wins in the last eight months has increased by 75% and we have already strengthened our workforce to meet the demands.
“Being ahead of the curve when it comes to imminent issues such as Brexit is important.
“We are in constant and direct communication with all major UK trade organisations to ensure we are well placed to react appropriately.”