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Bangkok, Thailand, 2011/03/15 - Mai-BS (Thailand) signed an agreement with American Property Management Int'l, LLC (international division of APMC) to be its authorized representative.
APMC, as one of the world leading and most successful reputed Hotel and Resort Management Company from USA. APMC is ranked 5th largest hotel management companies among top 100 and APMC is ranked 12th largest hotel owners in USA among top 25. APMC is growth oriented and opens to diverse and expands their hotel management services and asset equity structures in Thailand and Asia.
In terms of gross operating revenue from the hotel & resort operation, American Property Management Corporation is one of the top ten highest revenue earners in USA, APMC is specialized in working with distressed, financially trouble sick hotel & resort properties and they have proven track record to make such sick projects to financially healthy successful and profitable venture.
“We at Mai-BS (Thailand) are honoured to be an authorized representative of APMC for Thailand and Asia. Mai-BS (Thailand) is certain that with highly professional world-class hotel management and investment services APMC will be a major player and trend-setter in Thailand and Asia over the years to come. “It is our mission to support independent hotel and resort owners who are in need for a good hotel brand, effective world class professional management and sustainable grow with profits” said Klaus R. Rauter, Managing Director of Mai-BS.
“We are very excited to enter into the Asian hospitality market specially to Thai hospitality market soon through Mai-BS. We believe that the relationship between APMC and Mai-BS establishes a solid platform for our entry into Thai’s fast-growing lodging market,” said Kazi H. Ahmed, President & CEO of American Property Management Intl, LLC.
Mai-BS (Thailand) is the leading Asian Hotel Consultant Company based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mai-BS (mai-bs.com) has been founded by experienced hoteliers who know that Asia’s hotel owners, investors and managers must have better consultation and advice in order to operate, develop or build a service industry related business more effectively and most profitably.