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Maureva launchs a new office in Seoul and a subsidiary in Montreal

Posted 17 October 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva, a specialist software development and service provision company in the air transport sector, continues its global expansion, driven by its business success.

Today, Maureva has more than 200 active employees in Mauritius and Reunion Island and over 55 airlines across 5 continents rely on its software solutions and services.
 
Following the contract signature with the largest South Korean low-cost airline and the addition of new customers to our portfolio, particularly in South Africa, Belgium, Vietnam, Romania, Oman and Japan, it is more than 10 new airlines who opted in 2018 for one of Maureva’s solutions. With now more than 55 airline customers on the 5 continents, Maureva expects a turnover increase of 15 to 20% in 2018.
 
Maureva is pleased to announce the establishment of a representative office in Seoul in February 2019, chaired by the company’s Head of Business Support, Jennifer Tsang.
 
" Following a major agreement entered into with the South Korean company Jeju Air, opening a new office in Seoul constitutes a logical continuity that will allow us to effectively address the growing demands of companies in the region and contribute to Maureva’s continued expansion in Asia," said Jennifer Tsang.
 
Maureva is also proud to announce the opening of its Canadian subsidiary in Montreal scheduled for the first quarter of 2019. Ravi Kuppadu, Deputy Head of Software Development, will be taking on an expanded role.
 
" By setting up new subsidiaries, we can now be fully committed to serving and assisting our customers on a 24 hour basis. Besides, the adoption of the Maureva trademark by the entire group emphasises our commitment to enhancing our global image,"  concluded Nicolas Boyet director of Maureva. 
 
 
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