Costa Cruises awarded for its commitment to the environment

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Costa Cruises awarded for its commitment to the environment
Thu November 01, 2018

The Italian company has been recognized at the WTM (World Travel Leaders Awards) which takes place every year in the British city of London


Costa Cruises is the Italian company that won the WTM (World Travel Leaders Awards) that takes place every year in the British city of London. The award recognizes the most innovative companies in the travel market that have successfully introduced significant transformations for the world of tourism organized in recent years.
"We are honored and excited to have received this award," comments Carlo Schiavon, Sales and Marketing Director of Costa Cruises in Italy. "We share this important recognition with all our colleagues on board and on land, our business partners who support us every day and of course with our dear guests, who are always central to everything we do. During the last 70 years, our main objective has been to make them happy for which we work day by day innovating in our product to meet and exceed your expectations "he adds.
The reasons for the prestigious award include the company's commitment to sustainability, having demonstrated it under the launch of the 4GoodFood program last February, which aims to halve the waste of food on board by 2020; and the construction of the Costa Smeralda, the first ship that will be powered by LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) that will be inaugurated in November 2019. In addition, the results achieved in the last two years that led the company, the only one with Italian flag in the world, to improve its leadership in the Italian and European market. It has also been valued the efforts made that further strengthen the link with organized distribution through the Costa Next training platform that covers more than 8,000 Italian travel agencies.
In this way, Costa Cruises continues to improve and working on its goal of accompanying guests and colleagues offering the best experiences on board, seeking to benefit the environment and society.



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