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Tourmasters purchases THL Packaging Operation

Tourmasters South Pacific (NZ) Ltd purchases THL Packaging Operation

Tourmasters South Pacific (NZ) Ltd is very pleased to announce the purchase of Tourism Holding’s packaging division. Tourmasters will take over all aspects of this operation, effective 01 December 2007 and continue to promote the trading names of the operation: Discover New Zealand, Horizon Holidays, Newman’s Holidays, Mount Cook Holiday’s, and Ski Express. The packaging and reservations teams at THL will join the Tourmasters team in Albert Street in early December.

All current Tourmasters and THL product, services, reservations numbers and points of contact will remain unchanged. Our priority is ensuring business continues as normal for all customers and suppliers, with the usual high level of service you have come to expect from Tourmasters.

Tourmasters has developed a reputation in the industry for quality products supported by excellent customer service. This purchase will only enhance this standing and benefit the all round service we provide.

Our team at Tourmasters are looking forward to exciting times and are ready for the challenges ahead. We acknowledge in advance your support over this period of change and growth for Tourmasters. We will ensure you are well informed of any further development.

Tourmasters is jointly owned by Tranzit Group of Masterton and SBL Group of Nelson.

ENDS

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