Acklams launch new service as part of expansion into Hull

13th May 2013

As part of a continued programme of expansion, local travel company Acklams has begun to offer a range of new services including international coach holidays, concert event packages and day trips. The new services have been backed up by the launch of an advanced e- commerce website at, built by web specialists, Indicoll.

Starting life as a coach hire business, the company has diversified thanks to the continued growth and success of its core business. The innovative new website enables Acklams to offer customers full online booking for all trips, events and travel packages quickly and easily.

Alan Acklam explains:

“From humble beginnings, we’ve now expanded beyond coach hire into a fully-fledged, international travel business and for 2013, we’ve put together a full programme of fantastic day trips and overseas packages. These include scenic tours, historic trips, family days out and city breaks, and have been tailored to provide an ultra-convenient, affordable way to holiday across the UK and Europe.

“Our new website is designed to help local customers take advantage of some of the most exclusive, in-demand concert tickets available in the UK. Last year, sell out events like Robbie Williams caused huge spikes in traffic which would have overloaded most websites - but our advanced, stable and high capacity e-commerce platform is tailored to handle that demand. For 2013, Acklams customers can choose from an even better line-up of affordable travel and ticket packages to artists including One Direction, Jesse J, Rod Stewart and JLS.”

Based in Beverley and Hull, Acklams provides cost-effective coach hire, tickets and travel services to customers across East Yorkshire and the Humber region. The company boasts an extensive fleet of comfortable, well-equipped coaches, and an experienced team of friendly drivers.

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