KDS announced a partnership with SilverRail Technologies "to provide multi-country rail tickets" to corporate customers. - Business Travel News

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March 07, 2012 - 12:20 PM ET

KDS announced a partnership with SilverRail Technologies "to provide multi-country rail tickets" to corporate customers. Through the agreement, KDS users now can book rail tickets in Canada, Spain and the United States and gain "improved functionality" for rail bookings in Belgium and the Netherlands, according to a joint press release. "KDS will continue to expand the rail markets offered through their online booking tool as SilverRail expands its global rail footprint later this year," the companies stated. SilverRail also integrates rail content for GetThere, Orbitz for Business and Rearden Commerce, among others.

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