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Sichuan Initiates Establishment of the Culture and Tourism Alliance for International Sister Cities
Sichuan Initiates Establishment of the Culture and Tourism Alliance for International Sister Cities

CHENGDU, China, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 15, at the 2019 Belt and Road Forum for Cooperation and Development of Sichuan International Friendship Cities & Forum on Culture and Tourism was launched in Chengdu. As Sichuan province looks to expand its presence abroad, joining other international cities and provinces will help bring more attention to the province and provide more opportunities for inbound tourism.

2019 Belt and Road Forum for Cooperation and Development of Sichuan International Friendship Cities & Forum on Culture and Tourism
2019 Belt and Road Forum for Cooperation and Development of Sichuan International Friendship Cities & Forum on Culture and Tourism

The event was jointly sponsored by the Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, the Foreign Affairs Office of Sichuan Province, and the Sichuan Provincial People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries. Initiated at the forum, the Culture and Tourism Alliance for International Sister Cities follows the theme of "open cooperation, mutual benefit and win-win result" and the principle of "joint discussion, development and sharing" and will strengthen the exchange and cooperation in culture and tourism between Sichuan and its international sister provinces, between cities in the province and their international sister cities.

This forum was held as a special parallel session of the 2019 Belt and Road Forum for Cooperation and Development of Sichuan International Friendship Cities. It attracted 10 provincial governors and 52 foreign guests from 16 sister cities. Yang Xingping, Vice Governor of the People's Government of Sichuan Province, attended the forum and delivered a speech. He indicated, Sichuan would like to further strengthen cooperation and close connections with international sister cities, actively participate in the Culture and Tourism Alliance for International Sister Cities, jointly share the development dividends and promote the friendly relationship to a new height. Dai Yunkang, Director of Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, introduced Sichuan's culture and tourism. Representatives from 13 international sister cities of Nepal, Tanzania, Thailand, Czech Republic, South Africa and France relatively introduced their local culture and tourism.

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Tue, 22 Oct 2019 11:31:00 +0800
GreenTree Hospitality Group Ltd. Announces Results of 2019 Annual General Meeting

SHANGHAI, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GreenTree Hospitality Group Ltd. (NYSE: GHG) ("GreenTree", the "Company", "we", "us" and "our"), a leading hospitality management group in China, today announced that it held its 2019 annual general meeting of shareholders on October 21, 2019. During the meeting, the shareholders of the Company passed an ordinary resolution approving the re-appointment of Ernst & Young Hua Ming LLP as independent auditor of the Company for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2019.

About GreenTree Hospitality Group Ltd.

GreenTree Hospitality Group Ltd. ("GreenTree" or the "Company") (NYSE: GHG) is a leading hospitality management group in China. As of June 30, 2019, GreenTree had a total number of 2,955 hotels. In 2018, GreenTree ranked among the top 12 worldwide in terms of number of hotels in "World's Largest Hotel Companies: HOTELS' 325", published by HOTELS magazine, and was the fourth-largest hospitality company in China in 2018 based on statistics issued by the China Hospitality Association.

GreenTree has built a strong suite of brands including its flagship "GreenTree Inns" brand as a result of its long-standing dedication to the hospitality industry in China and consistent quality of its services, signature hotel designs, broad geographic coverage and convenient locations. GreenTree has further expanded its brand portfolio into mid-to-up-scale and luxury segments through a series of strategic investments. By offering diverse brands, through its strong membership base, expansive booking network, superior system management with moderate charges, and fully supported by its operating departments including Decoration, Engineering, Purchasing, Operation, IT and Finance, GreenTree aims to keep closer relationships with all of its clients and partners by providing a brand portfolio that features comfort, style and value.

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For more information, please contact:

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Phone: +86-21-3617-4886 ext. 7999
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In Shanghai
Ms. Constance Zhang
Phone: +86-138-1645-1798
E-mail: czhang@christensenIR.com

In Hong Kong 
Ms. Karen Hui 
Phone: +852-9266-4140 
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In the U.S. 
Ms. Linda Bergkamp 
Phone: +1-480-614-3004
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Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:34:00 +0800
Artyzen Hospitality Group has Growth Across Asia in its Sights

- Seven pipeline projects across mainland China and Singapore to be operated by 2023 Artyzen indicates its longer term intentions to grow its global footprint

HONG KONG, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Artyzen Hospitality Group, a Hong Kong-based international hotel management company, has indicated its ambitious expansion plans with the announcement of seven pipeline projects to be completed across mainland China and Singapore in the next three years with further sights set on global expansion.

Since its inception in 2013, Artyzen Hospitality Group has been steadily gaining momentum as a hotel owner and operator with a strong portfolio of brands offering unique lifestyle hospitality concepts that embrace local communities that suit a cross section of travelers. This portfolio includes Zitan, a luxury brand capturing Chinese modernity, Artyzen Hotels and Resorts that brings local heritage and craftsmanship to life, and Artyzen Habitat which connects local communities and vibrant public spaces. It currently operates six hotels and will be launching seven properties for its Artyzen Hotel and Artyzen Habitat brands in Singapore and across mainland China including in Qiantan Shanghai, Lingang Shanghai, Taopu Smart City Shanghai and Hengqin Island in Zhuhai.

Robbert van der Maas, President of Artyzen Hospitality Group, said: "Our growth strategy is centred on developing hotels in gateway and capital cities that have potential in the areas of tourism and business. The locations we are developing hotels in are also strategically important because of their proximity to commercial centres and hubs, cultural landmarks and entertainment destinations. Our hotels will complement travelers' experiences with hospitality options that embody art reflecting the culture of the destination, thoughtfully designed spaces and culinary delights. The birth of our first two Artyzen Habitat hotels in Beijing and Shanghai have resulted in rapid growth of the brand and we will now bring our first Artyzen branded hotels to market."

Artyzen Lingang Shanghai Lobby Lounge
Artyzen Lingang Shanghai Lobby Lounge

 

Artyzen Habitat Lingang Shanghai Townsquare
Artyzen Habitat Lingang Shanghai Townsquare

Artyzen Hospitality Group is developing Artyzen Habitat hotels in Taopu, and Hengqin. Notably, it has two significant properties under development in Lingang and Qiantan. Both of these developments are located in 'cultural clusters' within Shanghai and aim at delivering immersive cultural experiences that help guests build connections with the local community.

Artyzen has partnered up with Lujiazui Group to bring two very exciting integrated developments, which will include residential properties, convention centres, cultural centres and hotels, to market. This partnership enables the group to streamline business processes and achieve cost efficiencies.

Lingang and Qiantan are up and coming locations in Shanghai and will offer travelers access to multiple cultural facilities and amenities. The Lingang cluster features an Artyzen hotel, an Artyzen Habitat as well as a state of the art Convention Centre located in the Lingang New City Development, a city that is pinned to redefine the future of cities in mainland China. The coastal area is poised to be one of the best integrated developments in Shanghai with several theme parks and with close proximity to Disneyland and the new China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone Lin-gang Special Area.

"We are also developing two hotels across two plots in Qiantan, Artyzen NEW BUND 31 and Artyzen Habitat. The NEW BUND 31 is notable because it will be a multi-purpose destination that encompasses the best lifestyle choices and cultural dynamics at the heart of the New Bund International Business District – a burgeoning international financial centre circled by residences, schools, leisure facilities and commercial complex with a cutting-edge cultural centre. Our goal is to establish a thriving arts scene in alignment with the 'Green, Grand and Global' vision set for the district," said Mr van der Maas.

Artyzen Cuscaden Singapore Guest Room
Artyzen Cuscaden Singapore Guest Room

Artyzen Hospitality Group is also undertaking its first hotel in Singapore with the development of Artyzen Cuscaden Singapore. Located in the prestigious Orchard neighbourhood, the hotel will bring Singapore's Peranakan culture into its design in partnership with renowned architect Ong&Ong Pty. Ltd. and interior designer firm Nicholas Graham & Associates.

"It is important for us to partner with designers and architects that can ensure that we deliver on our vision of creating culturally rewarding and nuanced experiences to our guests. We chose to work with

Ong&Ong and Nic Graham because they share our passion to reflect Singapore's unique environment and culture, and to reinvent key elements from the rich Peranakan culture and history into the building, interior design, and our service philosophy," said Mr van der Maas.

Mr van der Maas went on to say that the Group has longer term plans to grow its global footprint: "We believe there is a strong opportunity to lead the hospitality industry in developing hotels that are rooted in local cultures to meet the forever evolving demands and preferences for both business and leisure travelers. As such, we are actively assessing opportunities in Australia, Japan, the Maldives, South East Asia and Portugal to grow our footprint beyond Asia. We are confident that our brands and boutique operations truly appreciate and embrace what these culturally rich destinations have to offer."

Artyzen Hospitality Group will be operating 13 hotels, with close to 3,000 rooms in Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Macau, and Hawaii, including those under construction.  

Note to Editor

Artyzen Hospitality Group's pipeline of developments and indicative launch dates. Please see additional attachments for fact sheets on each development.


Opening date

Location

Artyzen Habitat Qiantan Shanghai

2021

Qiantan

Artyzen Habitat Lingang Shanghai

2021

Lingang

Artyzen Lingang Shanghai

2021

Lingang

Artyzen Habitat Hengqin Zhuhai

2021

Hengqin

Artyzen Habitat Taopu Shanghai

2022

Taopu

Artyzen Cuscaden Singapore

2022

Singapore

Artyzen NEW BUND 31 Shanghai

2023

Qiantan

About Artyzen Hospitality Group

Artyzen Hospitality Group is a subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed conglomerate Shun Tak Holdings. Launched in 2013, the hotel management company's branded hotel concepts and services bridge an East and West cultural understanding to create and generate profitable partnerships with developers and owners. The Group's portfolio comprises Zitan, Artyzen Hotels and Resorts and Artyzen Habitat. Each hotel brand brings the Group's philosophy of Art, Culture and Emotional Wisdom to life in a unique and contemporary way to provide culturally rewarding guest experiences. Artyzen Hospitality Group is led by a team of highly experienced and globally respected industry leaders known for innovation and talent management. The Group's management practices reinforce their partners' interests while upholding a strong commitment to building environmentally, socially and culturally sustainable properties. www.artyzen.com

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Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:48:00 +0800
FHA-Food & Beverage releases industry report on health and wellness trends' impact on functional food & drinks market

SINGAPORE, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Increasing consumer focus on health and personal wellbeing has led to many food and beverage companies reformulating their products with functional food ingredients to cash in on the trends. In the latest FHA Insider Special report, 'Healthy trends driving demand for functional food products in Asia' released today, industry experts shared their insights into the growing market for functional food ingredients.

FHA Insider Special report - Healthy trends driving demand for functional food products in Asia
FHA Insider Special report - Healthy trends driving demand for functional food products in Asia

The report, developed by FHA-Food & Beverage, the largest international F&B industry event in Asia, examined how these trends are driving demand for certain functional food products such as juices and dairy products. Research from Euromonitor International found that increasing incomes across the Asia-Pacific region is spurring demand for more premium products, and food companies developing and pushing products and flavours using exotic and healthier ingredients. Aileen Supriyadi, Research Analyst for Euromonitor noted that fortified ingredients are being incorporated into various product categories such as savoury snacks and juices. 

Co-founder of Remedy Kombucha, Australian kombucha producer, Emmet Condon commented, "There's certainly potential for growth as more people around the world cotton on to the benefits of live cultured foods and the health risks posed by the excess consumption of sugar loaded soft drinks. No matter where you are in the world, people are looking for healthier, tastier options when it comes to fizzy drinks."

Morinaga, a Japanese dairy products and functional food ingredients manufacturer is banking on increased consumer awareness and developing live culture strains with specific health targets. "The probiotics market in Asia-Pacific region has witnessed an increase in the new product development activities wherein novel and specialty strains are incorporated to achieve targeted health benefits," said Dr Wong Chyn Boon, Research Associate, International Division, Morinaga Milk Industry Co. While countries like China and Japan holds a prominent share in the market, the demand for probiotics functional food and dietary supplements in the South-east Asia region is expected to remain promising for the next five years, she added.

Functional food and drink products are not the only things that are showing up in grocery stores and retailers. Across the globe, the culinary world is also venturing into the use of functional food ingredients in menus. Chefs in F&B establishments such as restaurants and hotels have begun to be more mindful of the ingredients they are purchasing and using.

"For a long time, food has been thought of as a form of entertainment, and restaurants changed the scene with creative plating techniques and even unique dining experiences," said Lucas Glanville, Executive Chef of Grand Hyatt Singapore. "But while food as a form of entertainment is still important, it is very encouraging to see that diners are starting to think more about what they put into their bodies."

Glanville added that Grand Hyatt ensures that every meal fulfils its natural purpose to provide fuel to the body as part of the hotel's holistic approach towards wellbeing.

Download the FHA Insider Special report "Healthy trends driving demand for functional food products in Asia".

Event At A Glance

FHA-Food & Beverage

Date:

31 March – 3 April 2020

Venue:

Singapore Expo

Website:

https://www.fhafnb.com/ 

Featuring:

Food & Beverage; Food Ingredients; Food Processing & Packaging Technology; Wines & Spirits [co-located with ProWine Asia (Singapore)]

Visitor

Pre-registration:

https://fhapwa.com 

About FHA Insider Special

FHA Insider Special is a two-part series of reports produced to investigate some of the most pressing challenges impacting the foodservice, hospitality and F&B sectors, examine the consequences, and outline promising opportunities industry players should look out for now; in the future; and at FHA.

About FHA-Food & Beverage

The platform of choice for industry professionals, including distributors, importers, manufacturers and retailers from Asia to see and source for high quality, new-to-market food ingredients, drinks and fresh produce. More than 80 per cent of the 2,000 exhibitors participating in FHA-Food & Beverage are renowned manufacturers and brands hailing from 70 countries and regions. ProWine Asia (Singapore), a satellite event of the highly successful ProWein in Düsseldorf, Germany, will return for its third edition alongside FHA-Food & Beverage. For more information, please visit www.fhafnb.com.

About Informa Markets

FHA-Food & Beverage is organised by Informa Markets, a division of Informa plc. Informa Markets creates platforms for industries and specialist markets to trade, innovate and grow. Our portfolio is comprised of more than 550 international B2B events and brands in markets including Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Construction & Real Estate, Fashion & Apparel, Hospitality, Food & Beverage, and Health & Nutrition, among others. We provide customers and partners around the globe with opportunities to engage, experience and do business through face-to-face exhibitions, specialist digital content and actionable data solutions. As the world's leading exhibitions organiser, we bring a diverse range of specialist markets to life, unlocking opportunities and helping them to thrive 365 days of the year. For more information, please visit www.informamarkets.com.

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Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:32:00 +0800
FHA-HoReCa releases industry report on technology growth in rising Asian baked goods market

SINGAPORE, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In a Euromonitor forecast, the Asian baked goods market is expected to grow from a value of US$74 billion this year, to almost four per cent year-on-year up to 2024. Bakeries and pastry shops are expected to be investing in technology to automate their production lines to meet rising demand. In the latest FHA Insider Special report, 'Baking industry embrace technology for transformation' released today, industry experts shared their insights into global purchase trends of bakery equipment and how bakeries and food professionals are using technology to grow their business.

FHA Insider Special report - Baking industry embrace technology for transformation
FHA Insider Special report - Baking industry embrace technology for transformation

 

The report, developed by FHA-HoReCa, Asia's most comprehensive industry event hospitality and foodservice supplies, investigated the factors driving industry growth, and the increasing need for automation or technology upgrades. Attributing the growth to "expansion of distribution channels, manufacturing facilities, and product innovations in terms of flavours and product types in various countries", Aileen Supriyadi, Research Analyst for Euromonitor, explained that, "The growth is also pushed by the growing artisanal baked goods production as consumers are demanding fresher and healthier products, including products that have no preservatives, low sugar, or lower trans-fat."

"We see a market full of opportunities," said Achille Sassoli, Market Development Director of the Carpigiani Group, a global manufacturer of production equipment for fresh ice cream and pastry ingredients. In addition to pastry shops adding artisanal gelato in all its variations, he pointed out that restaurants are introducing gelato and sorbet in their menu as a dessert, and as an element in their recipes.

Demand aside, Kelvin Teo, Regional Sales Director of Swiss equipment manufacturer Rondo for Southeast Asia and Legal Representative for China, said that factors such as manpower shortage, increased hygiene requirement and regulations, the need to maintain consistent quality even when producing high volume of baked goods, and the economy of scale brought about by increasing production levels are also strong factors for bakery operators to upgrade their equipment.

While improved productivity gains can be made from technology investment, the report touched on the user perspective as well. Chef Gary Lim, President of the Singapore Pastry Alliance, felt that chefs should not be overly reliant on machinery and should instead work on enhancing their knowledge and skills in the production kitchen environment. Pointing out some of the disadvantages such as the high cost of equipment, he also noted the long-term impact on the authenticity of the trade if the business becomes fully dependent on machinery production.

"Machines can't totally replace humans due to certain jobs which still require a human touch. But on the other hand, it can help to increase production volume and quality, better consistency and reduce physically labour-intensive jobs to promote company profit," he said.

Concurring, Chef Daniel Tay, founder of Singapore-based Foodgnostic, a private label food manufacturer specialising in cakes said, "Skills are always important. You must have the skills first, before you can use the technology." 

Download the FHA Insider Special report: Baking industry embrace technology for transformation.

Event At A Glance

FHA-HoReCa

Date:

3 - 6 March 2020

Venue:

Singapore Expo

Website:

https://www.fhahoreca.com/

Featuring:

Bakery, Pastry & Gelato; Foodservice & Hospitality Equipment; Hospitality Style; Hospitality Technology; Speciality Coffee & Tea

Visitor

Pre-registration:

https://fhapwa.com 

About FHA Insider Special

FHA Insider Special is a two-part series of reports produced to investigate some of the most pressing challenges impacting the foodservice, hospitality and F&B sectors, examine the consequences, and outline promising opportunities industry players should look out for now; in the future; and at FHA.

About FHA-HoReCa

Where world's leading hotels, restaurants and café suppliers will gather to showcase the latest foodservice & hospitality equipment, products and services across five key profiles – Bakery, Pastry & Gelato; Foodservice & Hospitality Equipment; Hospitality Style; Hospitality Technology; and Speciality Coffee & Tea – serving discerning distributors, importers, manufacturers and retailers from Asia, all under one roof. For more information, please visit www.fhahoreca.com

About Informa Markets

FHA-HoReCa is organised by Informa Markets, a division of Informa plc. Informa Markets creates platforms for industries and specialist markets to trade, innovate and grow. Our portfolio is comprised  of more than 550 international B2B events and brands in markets including Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Construction & Real Estate, Fashion & Apparel, Hospitality, Food & Beverage, and Health & Nutrition, among others. We provide customers and partners around the globe with opportunities to engage, experience and do business through face-to-face exhibitions, specialist digital content and actionable data solutions. As the world's leading exhibitions organiser, we bring a diverse range of specialist markets to life, unlocking opportunities and helping them to thrive 365 days of the year. For more information, please visit www.informamarkets.com.

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Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:43:00 +0800
Xinhua Silk Road: Moutai commits to enhancing cultural service, consumer experience

SHANGHAI, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Chinese leading liquor enterprise Kweichow Moutai said Friday that the ongoing 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo allows consumers to see and taste Moutai products, and genuinely feel Moutai culture, and thus provides an excellent opportunity for the company to improve its cultural service and consumer experience further.

Moutai Chairman Li Baofang (1st L), Moutai General Manager Li Jingren (2nd R) visit Moutai exhibition booth and learn detailed information of products.
Moutai Chairman Li Baofang (1st L), Moutai General Manager Li Jingren (2nd R) visit Moutai exhibition booth and learn detailed information of products.

Liquor has provided universal enjoyment for human beings for a long time and has made a persistent contribution to global cultural exchanges and economic development, said Wang Yancai, President of China Alcoholic Drinks Association (CADA), at the expo.

Wang added that in the light of this, China's liquor industry should continually expand its development vision and deeply integrate with international peers via cultural exchanges, mutual learning, and brand cooperation, which will gradually enhance liquor aroma.

"Cultural creativity has a natural relationship with the expression of liquor quality. Good life not only needs aroma and taste of the liquor but also endows it with more spiritual and creative expression," said Song Shuyu, Vice President and Secretary-General of CADA.

Moutai exhibition booth at the 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo
Moutai exhibition booth at the 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo

To inherit and promote the unique traditional Chinese culture, the top Chinese liquor enterprise Moutai has beefed up efforts to improve its cultural service in recent years and is building up the culture brand with the unique features of the new era.

Given Moutai's leading performance in operating revenues, gross profit, profit margin and revenues growth, China National Light Industry Council and CADA awarded Moutai Group as one of the top ten companies in China's liquor brewing industry at the expo.

The three-day International Alcoholic Drinks Expo scheduled from October 18 to 20, first held in 2006, attracted more than 3,000 liquor companies, with products ranging from Chinese liquor, wine, beer, brandy, to whiskey.

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Mon, 21 Oct 2019 17:55:00 +0800
Xinhua Silk Road: Moutai ranks among top ten liquor making companies in China

SHANGHAI, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Kweichow Moutai, together with other nine companies, was ranked among the top ten liquor making companies in China by China National Light Industry Council and China Alcoholic Drinks Association (CADA) at the ongoing 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo.

The other nine companies include Wuliangye, Yanghe, Luzhoulaojiao,Gujing Group, Fenjiu Group, Yanjing Beer, COFCO Greatwall Wine, Jing Brand, and Shaoxing Wine.

The expo has attracted more exhibitors and attendees from all over the world than the previous ones and has become an efficient platform for them to boost exchanges and deepen cooperation, said Wang Yancai, President of CADA.

Entrance to Moutai exhibition booth at the 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo
Entrance to Moutai exhibition booth at the 14th China International Alcoholic Drinks Expo

At its exhibition booth at the center of the expo, Kweichow Moutai is displaying its Moutai culture by connecting its traditional liquor brewing techniques with big data technology, as the company is aiming to lead the development of Chinese liquor industry with the principle of "smart Moutai and smart brewing."

Over the past years, Kweichow Moutai is fostering its culture, which integrates visions, focus on details and reliable work.

Billboard for Moutai products at the expo
Billboard for Moutai products at the expo

The three-day International Alcoholic Drinks Expo, first held in 2006, attracted more than 3,000 liquor companies, with products ranging from Chinese liquor, wine, beer, brandy, to whiskey.

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Mon, 21 Oct 2019 17:20:00 +0800
Hertz Asia Tops Regional Travel Awards
  • TTG Asia - 14th Travel Hall of Fame Award
  • Travel Weekly Asia 2019 Readers' Choice Award - Best Car Rental

SINGAPORE, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Hertz Asia has been awarded double honours by receiving the Travel Hall of Fame accolade in the Annual TTG Travel Awards 2019 and the Best Car Rental at the Travel Weekly Asia 2019 Readers' Choice Awards.

Brigette Tan, Senior Manager - Loyalty & Partnership Marketing, Hertz Asia Pacific, collects the Hall of Fame for Best Car Rental award at TTG Asia Travel Awards on behalf of Hertz.
Brigette Tan, Senior Manager - Loyalty & Partnership Marketing, Hertz Asia Pacific, collects the Hall of Fame for Best Car Rental award at TTG Asia Travel Awards on behalf of Hertz.

 

Brian Yeap, Business Development Manager, Hertz Asia Pacific, collects the Best Car Rental award at Travel Weekly Asia’s Readers’ Choice Awards on behalf of Hertz.
Brian Yeap, Business Development Manager, Hertz Asia Pacific, collects the Best Car Rental award at Travel Weekly Asia’s Readers’ Choice Awards on behalf of Hertz.

 

Since Hertz was first inducted into The Travel Hall of Fame in 2005, it has received the award every single year. The company has also topped the Travel Weekly Asia awards since they began in 2015.

The TTG Travel Awards are a prestigious accolade, recognised by leaders in the travel industry across the globe. Hertz was honoured with the Travel Hall of Fame for Best Car Rental Company award at the 30th Annual TTG Travel Awards ceremony in Bangkok recently.

The Travel Weekly Asia 2019 Readers' Choice Award - Best Car Rental, voted on by industry professionals across Asia and readers of Travel Weekly Asia, was presented Tuesday evening (15th October) in Singapore.

Eoin Macneill, Vice President Asia Pacific, Hertz, said: "Hertz is honoured to once again receive both these prestigious awards and we are most grateful to our trade partners, dedicated staff and valued customers for their part in making such recognitions possible year after year."

"Hertz has continued to deliver premium and excellent value vehicle solutions for over 100 years and the Asia region plays an important part in the company's growth. We recently expanded our operations in Vietnam and have appointed General Sales Agents in Macau, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar," said Mr. Macneill.

"Through investing in new technologies and strategies, Hertz is well positioned to meet future customer expectations and work with our trade partners seamlessly in the years to come," concluded Mr. Macneill.

More information about the TTG Travel Awards 2019 and the Travel Weekly Asia Readers' Choice Awards 2019 available from:
http://awards.ttgasia.com/ and https://www.travelweekly-asia-rca.com/

ABOUT HERTZ

The Hertz Corporation, a subsidiary of Hertz Global Holdings, Inc., operates its brands in approximately 10,200 corporate and franchisee locations throughout North America, Europe, The Caribbean, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The Hertz Corporation is one of the largest worldwide vehicle rental companies, and the Hertz brand is one of the most recognized in the world. Product and service initiatives such as Hertz Gold Plus Rewards, Ultimate Choice, Carfirmations, Mobile Wi-Fi and unique vehicles offered through the Adrenaline, Dream, Green and Prestige Collections set Hertz apart from the competition. Additionally, The Hertz Corporation owns the vehicle leasing and fleet management leader Donlen, operates the Firefly vehicle rental brand and Hertz 24/7 and Flexicar car sharing business in international markets and sells vehicles through Hertz Car Sales. For more information about The Hertz Corporation, visit: www.hertz.com.

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Mon, 21 Oct 2019 17:04:00 +0800
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the world's oldest international airline still operating under its original name, marked its 100th anniversary on 7th October 2019. During the festivities to celebrate its centennial, KLM looked back on 100 years of KLM history and forward to a sustainable future.

MANILA, Philippines, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrated its 100th anniversary on Monday, 7th October 2019. Founded in 1919, KLM is the first commercial airline that is still flying under its original name to reach this milestone in the world. KLM reached this auspicious milestone because of its commitment to seizing opportunities, accepting challenges, connecting with partners and embracing technology.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress

KLM is widely recognised as a pioneer in the aviation industry and in its centennial year is not only looking back in celebration but looking forward with confidence to the future. KLM recently launched 'Fly Responsibly', an initiative to invite others to join forces in the development of sustainable solutions for the aviation industry. KLM is inviting others to use its CO2ZERO-programme for carbon compensation free of charge and free of brand, and partner in KLM's BIO-fuel programme.

Bas Hogendorf, Country Manager Air France KLM Philippines said: "KLM's 100th anniversary provides a unique opportunity to share what we stand for. We bring people together and care for our passengers. KLM's anniversary provides a moment to look ahead to the next century, because we want to set the standard for tomorrow's aviation. We want to keep connecting the world, but with attention to our surroundings."

On KLM's birthday, and keeping with tradition, KLM presented its new Delftware miniature house, KLM house number 100. Since the 1950's KLM has presented specially designed Delftware miniature houses to World Business Class passengers. The houses are replicas of monumental buildings throughout the Netherlands. This year's miniature is a replica of Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague.

[FLIGHT MODE ON] Your Travel Stories. Our inspiration

In celebration of KLM's 100th anniversary, KLM Philippines launched 3 videos where KLM travellers from Manila to Amsterdam share their personal travel stories.

To view the inspirational 'FLIGHT MODE ON' videos on YouTube:

About KLM in the Philippines

KLM first started flights between Amsterdam and Manila in December 1951 celebrating 68 years of travel in 2019. KLM offers daily direct flights between Manila and Schiphol-Amsterdam Airport with a stop in Taipei.

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Flight Schedule:

Manila - AMSTERDAM

Flight number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

KL808

Manila

Amsterdam

20:35

06:40+1

KL807

Amsterdam

Manila

20:50

19:20+1

The daily flights are operated by a combination of Boeing B777-200 and Boeing B777-300ER aircraft with 34 seats in World Business Class and 286 or 374 seats in Economy Class.

Photo - https://photos.prnasia.com/prnh/20191015/2611136-1?lang=0

Related Links :

https://www.klm.com

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the world's oldest international airline still operating under its original name, marked its 100th anniversary on 7th October 2019. KLM is celebrating its centenary with a new brand movie and three inspirational travel videos.

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrated its 100th anniversary on Monday, 7th October 2019. Founded in 1919, KLM is the first commercial airline that is still flying under its original name to reach this milestone in the world. A true pioneer in aviation, KLM is celebrating its centenary with a film that looks back at some of its remarkable history, while showing progress throughout the last ten decades.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrates its centenary with 100 years of progress

Throughout the years, KLM has brought the wonder of air travel to generations. The new film tells the story of three generations of the same family who worked with KLM from the early days to the present, serving and caring for passengers. The first two featured women are inspired to fly and become flight attendants. However, the film closes with the granddaughter of the original woman, who ends up in the cockpit, taking off, as captain of KLM's newest airplane, the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner.

To celebrate KLM's 100th birthday with Indonesia, KLM launched 3 short videos where KLM travellers travelling on KLM flight KL810 from Jakarta to Amsterdam share their personal travel stories.

To view the inspirational videos of the [FLIGHT MODE ON] Your Travel Stories campaign - click on the links below.

About KLM Indonesia

KLM offers daily direct flights between Jakarta and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport with a stop in Kuala Lumpur and daily flights between Denpasar and Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport with a stop in Singapore. The flights are operated by Boeing B777-200 and B777-300ER aircraft with 34 seats in World Business Class and 286 and 374 seats in Economy Class.

Winter schedule: 28 October 2019 - 28 March 2020

JAKARTA - AMSTERDAM

Flight number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

KL810

JKT

AMS

19:25

05:55+1

KL809

AMS

JKT

20:50

18:10+1

JAKARTA - KUALA LUMPUR

Flight number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

KL809

JKT

KUL

19:25

22:30

KL809

KUL

JKT

17:05

18:10

Winter schedule: 28 October 2019 - 28 March 2020

DENPASAR - AMSTERDAM

Flight number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

KL836

DPS

AMS

21:30

07:55+1

KL835

AMS

DPS

21:05

20:20+1

DENPASAR - SINGAPORE

Flight number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

KL836

DPS

SIN

21:30

00:05+1

KL835

SIN

DPS

17:35

20:20

For more information and inspiration please visit:

Photo - https://photos.prnasia.com/prnh/20191015/2611136-1?lang=0

Related Links :

https://news.klm.com/

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