Your search for "THL" found 46 results
Stong RV sales in the US is bringing in revenue but rental demand is slow due to the lack of visitors.
Tourism Holdings and TOP 10 Holiday Parks are supporting Canterbury cricket umpire Eugene Sanders’ 1,400km charity e-scooter trip of the Tour Aotearoa Trail.
THL’s CEO Grant Webster says the STAPP is doing exactly what it intended – protecting jobs that were marginal and at risk.
The operator’s NZ tourism group saw revenue dive to $2.6m for the six months to December 2020.
Tourism Holdings’ chief executive Grant Webster says a court ruling about holiday pay won’t have a material impact on the company but some companies may need to review processes.
In a first for NZ, one of the country’s leading tenors will perform in a Discover Waitomo glowworm cave.
Motorhome rental rates in New Zealand needed to be halved over winter to generate demand in a domestic-only market, says Tourism Holdings.
But FY20 profit and revenue are down and Govt support is helping to keep its Waitomo business open.
The company says its underlying net profit for the period will be about $20m.
Despite the fire, the company has launched a campaign to sell 1000 additional motorhomes, valued at over $70m.
About 70 firefighters and 20 fire trucks were at the scene of a fire at a Tourism Holdings campervan worskhop in south Auckland this morning.
Eliminating the role of chief operating officer at Tourism Holdings is primarily about focus and costs, chief executive Grant Webster says.
Domestic business was often clustered around school holidays and local bookings were 60% shorter in duration than international bookings.
Tourism Holdings will invest $500,000 in FY20 to implement the Future-Fit Business Benchmark initiative, as it looks to offset the environmental impact of its RV fleet.
In a sometimes testy AGM, CEO Grant Webster stakes his job on the operator hitting its $50m NPAT target.
Tourism Holdings has advised its 2019 Annual Meeting will now take place Thursday 31 October 2019, at 2pm.
One year after launch, thl’s global digital RV platform, TH2, has a new CEO.
Tourism Holdings’ CEO says he wants to ensure KiwiEx and Black Water Rafting are sold to the “right people”.
The operator has been bounced into revealing sale talks are underway after fearing a breach of confidentiality.
Tourism Holdings’ motorhome manufacturing business has been given approval by the Overseas Investment Office to expand its Hamilton operations.
It’s no longer “simply a NZ story” but that doesn’t mean it will be taking its eye off its home market, says CEO Grant Webster.
The operator has delivered record results with underlying NPAT up 24% to $37.5m.
Mark Davis is on medical leave and will miss the operator’s already delayed annual results announcement next Tuesday.
Sorry, you do not have authorisation to view this page! If you would like to view the content on this page you will need to be a Tourism Ticker member. MORE »
Business expansion and tax windfalls have seen Tourism Holdings Limited’s half-year net profit after tax surge 102% in what it has billed as “another record result”.
It has taken a year of hard work but Tourism Holdings’ dream to build the world’s first global RV platform received a big boost last week with the announcement of its $128m joint venture with Thor Industries.
Tourism Holdings has poured its digital businesses into a $67m JV that it says will “turbocharge” the creation of a global digital motorhome platform.
Tourism Holdings could see its net profit jump by up to $3m thanks to incoming tax changes in the United States that will see the company’s tax rate slashed by more than a quarter.
Tourism Holdings Limited chair Rob Campbell and Air New Zealand have been recognized at the Deloitte Top 200 business awards.
Chinese investment manager Citic Capital has become the largest shareholder of Tourism Holdings Limited (thl) after spending more than $20m this month purchasing almost 11% of the company.
Tourism Holdings shareholders voted yesterday to give the company’s board of directors a pay rise of $10,000-$20,000 each.
Tourism Holdings’ board of directors are seeking to lift their total pay pool by $100,000 to $650,000 per year.
THL has stepped up their commitment to Health & Safety even further by seeking and introducing independent and random safety inspections of their global commercial fleet.
Tourism Holdings Australia Pty Ltd, (thl) operators of Britz, Maui and Mighty campers has won the 2017 Australian Fleet Management Association’s (AfMA) Fleet Safety Award.
Post the hurricane that has passed through Florida this week, Tourism Holdings Limited notes that there has been no impact of note to our customers, team, RVs or sites.
Cathy Quinn, ONZM, is a senior corporate partner at MinterEllisonRuddWatts has been appointed to the Tourism Holdings Limited Board.
Tourism Holdings has reported record net profit after tax of $30.2m for the year ended June, up 24% on the previous period.
SkyCity Entertainment chairman Chris Moller has announced his retirement paving the way for new board member Tourism Holdings chairman Rob Campbell to take the helm.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has appointed Rob Campbell as a non-executive director to the SkyCity board.
Booming tourism has seen Tourism Holdings raise its full-year net profit forecast from $27m to $29.5m, a 21% increase on the previous period.
The ‘China Ready & Accredited’ system has launched in New Zealand with Tourism Holdings Limited becoming the first company here to earn the seal of approval.
Evolve Education Group Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Grainne Troute to the board of directors, effective 1 May 2017.
SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited advises that it intends to appoint Rob Campbell as a non-executive director to the SkyCity board.
Tourism Holdings Limited’s chief executive Grant Webster tells the Ticker of the company’s electric motorhome plans and beyond.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves is the proud recipient of a Qualmark Gold Award – one of the first issued to a tourism operator under the new guidelines issued by Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism Holdings Limited’s (THL) New Zealand tourism operations saw earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) jump to $4.3m for the half-year to 31 December 2016, up 30% on the previous corresponding period.