AN EMERGENCY transport firm that rescues holiday makers who are trapped abroad has announced a new rebrand.

Accrington based CMAC Group says that this is part of an ongoing attempt to evolve the firm and will include a new logo, a newly simplified website and continuing to build awareness in East Lancashire and beyond about what the firm does.

This comes after a string of new service launches and acquisitions, with the company having found itself particularly in demand during the Covid crisis.

CMAC CEO Peter Slater said: "Today we are celebrating a new milestone for CMAC whilst taking the time to reflect on our evolution.

"We’ve served businesses since 2007 with our award-winning fully managed ground transport solutions.

"Often the service that we deliver is critical, complex, and high intensity.

"From rescuing stranded passengers overseas to seamless staff shuttles, our reputation for reliability and consistently exceeding expectations is second to none."

The company says that the new logo is intended to be "bold" and makes use of "contemporary colour palettes."

The Accrington company's recent partnerships include working alongside SMS International Shore Operations to provide a Covid-19 shuttle service for cruise ship passengers and teaming up with Portuguese travel company Here & Dare, to provide emergency transport solutions in Madeira and The Azores .

Work like this has also seen the company recognsied with a silver award from customer experience body, Investor in Customers that monitors other organisations' customer service.

Mr Slater said: "I’m enormously proud of the CMAC team and what we have achieved together over the last 14 years, their commitment and passion for creating seamless traveller experiences has been the cornerstone of our success.

"I’d also like to thank all our customers for their continued support as we go from strength to strength.

"Our focus will remain on serving our clients and partners industry-leading solutions made simple."