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TAG expands presence in Singapore
A downtown office will offer an additional and convenient location for meetings and expanded office facilities to better serve its increasing client base.
TAG has a new office in Singapore's Marina Bay Financial Centre.

TAG has unveiled plans to expand its presence in Singapore with a new office in the downtown Marina Bay Financial Centre.

TAG set up its original base in Singapore in 2007 with an office at Seletar airport and has since seen 16 years of successful operations overseeing both Singapore and southeast Asia. With rapidly growing demand from clients and industry partners for its services across the region, the new downtown office will allow TAG to provide enhanced support and accessibility to both clients and industry partners.

Steven Young, CEO of TAG Aviation Asia, says: "Singapore is a vital hub for our business, and we've seen tremendous growth over the past 16 years of operations here. To better serve our increasing client base, a downtown office will offer an additional and convenient location for meetings and expanded office facilities."

The office is scheduled to open this month in the Marina Bay area, solidifying TAG's long-term commitment to Singapore. This represents an exciting new chapter as TAG strengthens its foothold in one of Asia's leading aviation markets and shows TAG's confidence in Singapore as a strategic base to support the region's thriving aviation industry.

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