1. Introduction Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. was established as early as 1950’s in Hong Kong, and fully dedicated to serve tourists from all around the world to make the Hong Kong-grown brand eventually become an international aviation airline known as efficiency and safety, including a big amount of investment of 148 aircraft. In addition to the investment of purchasing aircraft, Cathay Pacific initiated well-rounded match department such as ground-handling subsidiaries and catering departments, which have had headquartered nearby Hong Kong International airport. Till today, Cathay Pacific still keeps greatly dedicate on its home market Hong Kong, and signed new contracts for introducing additional 72 brand-new aircraft prior to 2024. In total,
Contents Background of the company 3 Growth of the company 3 Chinese automotive industry 3 External Environment Analysis 5 Business Strategy 5 Internationalization 6 Competitive landscape 8 Chery automobile - During the recession 9 Chery automobile - After recession 10 Exhibits 11 References: 15 Background of the company Chery Automobile Co. Ltd is a government owned automobile manufacturing company in China founded in the year 1997.The product portfolio of Chery consists of 15 models which includes minivans, passenger cars and SUVs including the QQ compact, the A5 sedan, and V5 crossover. It also offers full electric and hybrid models. The exports of Chery account to 25% of its total production and it is the
The aim of the report is to analyze about one of the hospitality industries in Singapore, ‘Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore’, to depict the risks of its two chosen daily operations and to give some recommendations on how those risks can be solved or improved in the future. The methodology of this report is extracting some necessary information from details given website of the hospitality industry itself, and the annual reports written by the managers responsible in it. The ‘Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore’ is one of the worldwide hospitality industry established by the ‘Pan Pacific Hotels Group’, PPHG. The group is a completely-possessed hotel subsidiary of one of the Singapore’s largest hospitality company, UOL Group Limited. The ‘Pan Pacific Hotels Group’ consists of two main brands: ‘Pan Pacific’ and ‘PARKROYAL’.
Assignment #1 Introduction Air Canada was established in 1937, provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 182 destinations worldwide. It is the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. Air Canada is governed by an eleven-member Board of Directors committed to meeting high standards of corporate governance in all aspects of the Corporation’s affairs. Our Mission – “Connecting Canada and the World” Our Vision – “Building loyalty through passion and innovation” PESTEL Analysis: Political Factors: "The 'Open Skies Agreement ' between governments of US and Canada in March 2007 came into action as it liberalized the air transportation services. Cargo and passenger services as well
Hong Kong Dragon Air is Hong Kong-based international airline, belonging to of the Cathay Pacific Group. The airline was established in 1985, and operates a fleet of narrow-body A320s and A321s, which were both powered by V2500 engines manufactured by International Aero Engines AG (“IAE”) for both passenger and cargo service to destinations to destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, and China. Their vision is to be the World’s best regional airline serving China and beyond. Their missions; places emphasis on safety and operational excellence with customer focus. The airline seeks to embrace innovation by implementing ideas that improve their business.
Singapore Airlines has been formed in 1947 and started its activity with the carrier name of "Malayan Airways» and only had flights to three air directions. The first flights of aircraft company flew from Singapore's Kallang Airport to Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Ipog. In 1966, after forming separate country of Malaysia, the company has changed its name to Malaysia-Singapore Airlines. Under this brand name first transcontinental flight was made to London in 1970. In 1972, the company became totally independent from Malaysian Airlines and
The world’s 500 largest and multinational companies generated about of $27.6 trillion in revenues and $1.5 trillion in profits for the year 2015 and employed 67 million people worldwide and they are represented by 33 countries. (Fortune Global 500) Based on “Fortune Globe 500” the TOP ten companies
Philippine Airlines was established in 1941and it is the earliest commercial air travel in Asian countries providing services under its primary name. This air carrier operates air flights in 31 locations in the Philippines and 36 international locations in East Asia, Central East, The European Union, North America and Oceania. Since its formation in 1941, it bears over 60 planes crashes, planes hijackings and terrorists assaults. The majority of the mishaps incorporated in propeller powered planes, and many of the mishaps happened before 1980s. There are numerous lethal mishaps directly or indirectly which brought about numerous fatalities.
Since the year 1911, Whirlpool emerged as the world’s number one manufacturer and marketer of home appliances through the inception of its first commercial motorized washers. Whirlpool of India limited is an 82.3% subsidiary of Whirlpool Corporation, which has its headquarters at Benton Harbour, Michigan, USA. The parent company Whirlpool Corporation has presence globally in around 170 countries and manufacturing operations in 13 countries and operates 11 major brand names which are - Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Roper, Estate, Bauknecht, Laden and Ignis. As part of the company’s global expansion strategy, Whirlpool Corporation ventured into investing in the Indian markets in around late 1980s. It entered the Indian market under a joint venture with
WorldCom was established as a small company known as Long distance discount services in 1984 but under the management of Bernie ebbers LLLDS grew to be one to the biggest tele-commutation companies in the whole world. WorldCom had 85000 workers and it operated in more than 65 countries. WorldCom was known to the public that it was a strong company that had a rapid growth in the market and in reality the appearance was nothing than a perception. In 2002 the company revealed to public that it had been involved in fraud by cooking their books. They stated that they had a $3.8 billion profit in their income statements but in fact they encountered $0.5 billion loss.