President and CEO William Wade said the brand refresh followed the achievement of major milestones for the company over the last year, including the addition of two satellites, AsiaSat 6 and AsiaSat 8, to its fleet, the successful transfer of customers on AsiaSat 3S to AsiaSat 7, the commissioning of the forthcoming AsiaSat 9 satellite, the expansion of our service capability at our Tai Po Earth Station and the announcement of new shareholders soon to come on board.
“With the roll-out of this new brand identity, we take a big step forward in moving closer to the market and providing ever better services, and growing our partnership. Working along with our team of dedicated staff, through our new website and our expanding range of marketing and communications activities, we look forward to exchanging knowledge, sharing insights and information with our customers and partners more closely than ever before,” said Wade.
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