• A330NEO UNDERGOES FUNCTION
  • FIRST FLAGSHIP STORE OPENS AT BANGKOK'S SHOW DC
  • LAWSON 108 KICKS OFF LATEST SOFT SERVE ‘HOJICHA’

At A Glance

Corporate June 22, 2018 01:00

By The Nation

LAWSON 108 KICKS OFF LATEST SOFT SERVE ‘HOJICHA’



Saha Lawson Company Limited, the operator of “Lawson 108” premium Japanese convenience store chain in Thailand, kicks off the new flavors of soft serve “Hojicha” and “Hojicha - Hokkaido Milk” at affordable price, 30 baht/cone.

Hojicha is a Japanese-style green tea originated in Shizuoka, the biggest province near Fuji Mountain. It is roasted with the premium process which makes it distinctive from other green tea. Hojicha presents the mild, slightly toasty because of its low amount of caffeine.

Hojicha and Hojicha – Hokkaido milk soft serves are available now until July 31, 2018 at 108 Lawson stores nationwide.

FIRST FLAGSHIP STORE OPENS AT BANGKOK'S SHOW DC

Puma, one of the world's leading sports brands, has opened its first flagship outlet store at Bangkok's Show DC. Located on the third floor, Puma maintains a prime space in Show DC's sports zone and offers a full Puma-branded experience for shoppers.

Puma designs, develops, sells and markets footwear, apparel and accessories in more than 120 countries around the world, and their flagship outlet store at Show DC is the first of its kind in Thailand. The store is open on weekdays from 11:00 to 21:00 and on weekends from 10:00 to 22:00.

In photo, from left: Katawut Kochchawat, executive marketing manager, German Sport & Lifestyle Co Ltd, Dennis Hufschmidt, director of German Sport & Lifestyle Co Ltd, Regina Loo, chief marketing & merchandising officer of Show DC, Sue An Ong, vice president marketing & events of Show DC, and Jirath Pahonpipat, vice president – merchandising & leasing of Show DC.

A330NEO UNDERGOES FUNCTION & RELIABILITY TESTS

The A330neo, Airbus’ newest widebody aircraft, has embarked on a worldwide tour to demonstrate its readiness for airline operations. As final step in the aircraft certification phase, these function & reliability tests, also known as route proving will include ETOPS missions, landing at diversion airports and testing airport handling services. After a fly past over Airbus’ European sites, the A330neo will head for 15 major airports worldwide over five continents, aiming at achieving 150 Flight Test Hours in three trips.

 The route proving tests are performed with the first A330-900 production aircraft, fully equipped with an Airspace by Airbus cabin and flying in launch operator’s Tap Air Portugal colours. The aircraft first flew on 15th May 2018 launching flight-tests to check cabin systems such as air conditioning.

The route proving tests form part of the last trials required for aircraft Type Certification scheduled for summer 2018.

 

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