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Trails of Indochina relocates to consolidate

October 14, 2015 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Trails of Indochina announces its headquarters have relocated to a new flagship office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.


The move stems from Trails of Indochina’s need to house all staff and departments together for better efficiencies and to streamline internal processes.

“The consolidation of the company’s three offices into one has long been a goal for Trails of Indochina. It represents a unique opportunity to have a closer and more efficient cooperation between our different departments as well as to improve our working environment.” said John Watson, CEO of Trails of Indochina. “We expect this will improve internal and external communication and, most importantly, our ability to better serve our clients. We’ve already seen tremendous changes in just the couple of days since we moved in. These are exciting times for us.”

Trails of Indochina’s new headquarters office is located at 33 Le Trung Nghia Street, Ward 12, Tan Binh District,  Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, approximately 2.5 km west from its previous locations.

“We were fortunate to find such a good space this close to our previous office. We really wanted to limit the impact that relocation could have on our suppliers, agents and employees – we couldn’t have found a better location. Our headquarters now have the space and the facilities necessary to support our growing organization.” said Dinh Nguyen, Human Resources Director of Trails of Indochina.

The unique 1,700 square meter and six-story facility features 171 workstations in a space with modern architecture and progressive design elements combined with traditional Asian patterns, reflecting the company’s desire to maintain and grow its position as one of the most dynamic and experienced DMCs in Southeast Asia.

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