Innovative creator of media-based attractions, CAVU Designwerks, has been awarded a contract to provide a signature ‘turn key’ Flying Theatre attraction for a brand new tourist resort in China.
The Tongguan Kiln International Cultural and Tourism Project, located in Changsha City in Hunan Province, is being developed by Chinese company Macrolink.
Under this agreement, CAVU will be the ‘Turn Key’ service provider responsible for designing the core attraction in the resort and for supplying all its multi-media motion based equipment.
CAVU, headquartered in Canada with offices in the US, China, Malaysia and Korea, is one of the few “one stop” integration service providers in the global amusement sector.
The company has been quick to tap into the burgeoning Asia and China markets, where the demand for tourism and amusement attractions continues to grow faster than anywhere else in the world.
The contract was finalised in an official signing ceremony that took place in Victoria on October 19, 2016 between CAVU’s CEO Peter Schnabel and Changsha Macrolink’s General Manager Fu Ji.
The ceremony was attended by Yi Lianhong (Member of the Standing Committee of CPC Hunan Provincial Committee and Party Secretary of CPC Changsha Municipal Committee) and delegates from Changsha Municipal government. Also in attendance was Assistant Deputy Minister James Hammond from BC Ministry of International Trade, Executive Director Nathan Nankivell from BC Ministry of International Trade and Geoff Young, Acting Mayor of City of Victoria.
Meet the CAVU team at Booth #1386 at the IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando in November 14th-18th.