GuestLogix Chooses Hong Kong for Asia Pacific Headquarters

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 23 November 2011

GuestLogix, a provider of onboard retail and payment technology to airlines and the passenger travel industry, has established GuestLogix Asia Pacific which will operate from Hong Kong.

Veteran airline industry executive, Tony Sit, has been appointed as Senior Vice President and General Manager of GuestLogix Asia Pacific.

Mr. Sit holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He began his career as a front-line aviation engineer and has since held a variety of senior sales and marketing leadership roles with Boeing subsidiary Aviall, SR Technics Switzerland, McKechnie Aerospace and Honeywell Aerospace.

 In his new role with GuestLogix, he will oversee market expansion, client services and regional solutions delivery.

"Opening our Asia Pacific headquarters and adding a seasoned leader with a rich network of industry contacts to our team positions us to accelerate our growth in the region," said Tom Douramakos, President and CEO of GuestLogix. "With our proven track record of success in North America and Europe, we believe we can develop a leading market position. GuestLogix Asia Pacific will combine our global knowledge with local service and support and bring us closer to key channel partners."

To solidify the company's presence across Asia Pacific, GuestLogix plans to also open regional offices in China, Singapore and Australia. It currently has a sales and support office located in Singapore.

"GuestLogix' innovative onboard retailing technology, combined with my in-depth knowledge and experience working with the region's airlines, are key advantages in furthering the expansion of the Company's footprint in the Asia Pacific airline market," said Tony Sit, SVP and General Manager, GuestLogix Asia Pacific.

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