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Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingTUI AG
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Variant(s)TUI Aktiengesellschaft
See alsoPredecessor: Preussag AG
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Beginning date2002
Associated countryGermany
LocatedHannover (Germany)
Field of activityTourism
Special noteNot the same as its predecessor, Touristik Union International GmbH & Co KG, TUI.
Found inIts Annual report 2002: t.p. (TUI Aktiengesellschaft) p.1 (in 2002, Preussag became TUI, a result of its transformation from an industrial conglomerate into a tourism group) back cover (TUI AG, Karl-Wiechart-Allee 4, D-30625 Hanover) ; 1978: t.p. (Preussag Aktiengesellschaft) p.2 of cover (Preussag AG) cover (Preussag)
Its website, viewed 18 Nov. 2014: home p. (TUI Aktiengesellschaft; TUI AG) about p. (Europe's leading travel group) under Group heritage (in 1997, Preussag acquired the Hamburg-based Hapag-Lloyd AG, a global player in transport and tourism, who owned 30% of the travel company Touristik Union International GmbH & Co KG, TUI, based in Hannover; TUI became Hapag Touristik Union (HTU), then renamed TUI Group with effect from the start of 2000, and is now the family name for all the travel interests and brands; Preussag was renamed TUI AG in June 2002)
Wikipedia, viewed 18 Nov. 2014 under TUI AG (TUI Aktiengesellschaft; a German multinational travel and tourism company headquartered in Hannover; until 2001 it was an industrial and transportation company named Preussag AG, which in the mid-1990s decided to reinvent itself as a tourism, shipping, and logistics company; TUI, Touristik Union International, was originally created in 1968 as an association of companies in the tourist industry; following acquisition by Preussag of Hapag-Lloyd [a German transportation company who had a stake in TUI], TUI was renamed Hapag Touristik Union (HTU) in 1998 and then TUI Group in 2000; TUI Group became a 100% subsidiary of Preussag AG in 2001; Preussag was renamed as TUI AG in 2002)
Associated languageger eng