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Asia Yachting Expands Office in Aberdeen

by Asia Yachting 6 Jun 2019 00:14 PDT 05 June 2019
Meet the team! Asia Yachting reopens expanded office premises. © Asia Yachting

Asia Yachting has expanded their office space by doubling it to over 1,000 sq ft at the Aberdeen Marina Tower in Shum Wan. Asia Yachting is excited to announce the expansion of its presence in the yacht industry for an enhanced customer experience and to better accommodate the growing team. The re-opening of the office was marked by a celebratory party on 5th June, 2019 with business partners, media friends and VIPs gracing the event.

The expansion of Asia Yachting’s headquarters in Hong Kong is part of the company’s regional expansion strategy, given its recent establishment in Philippines. The Hong Kong office has just doubled its number of staff members to help manage flourishing businesses throughout Southeast Asia and Mainland China.

“2019 is a year with important business milestones for us. We have just celebrated the Monte Carlo Yachts 10th Anniversary in Asia earlier. Moving forward, we are committed in serving existing clients whilst developing new relationships, and providing a stronger local presence with the growing team and the recent office expansion,” said Olivier Besson, CEO of Asia Yachting.

With over a decade of experience in new yacht sales, brokerage, yacht crewing, maintenance and service, Asia Yachting is headquartered in Hong Kong with reach throughout the Asia Pacific region. The revamped office is open on weekdays from 10am to 7pm, and visitors are very welcome!

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