Hong Kong-listed, Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd. (MLCO:NASDAQ GS), on Wednesday celebrated the official launch of 20 zero-emission electric busses.
According to Asia Gaming Brief…
The ceremony for what the developer, owner and operator of casino gaming and entertainment casino resort facilities in Asia claims to be the largest fleet of its kind in Macau, was held in Cotai at Studio City with manufacturer Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Company Limited (Yutong).
The company’s 20-strong fleet of electric buses will provide passengers with transportation services to and from and between its integrated resort properties in Macau, China including Studio City, Altira Macau and City of Dreams.
Chief Officer of Human Resources/Corporate Social Responsibility and Executive Vice President of Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited, Akiko Takahashi said…
“Melco are strong advocates of the Macau government’s policies to develop the city into a world-class capital for green tourism.
“With strong support from Yutong, with whom we share the same vision on sustainable development, Melco is pleased to service our guests, colleagues and stakeholders with our fleet of 20 full electric buses, the largest number in Macau. We look forward to continuing to develop our strategies and efforts for a better environment.”
In other Melco news, the company recently announced that a benefits program review for the company’s non-management employees in Macau had been completed and would be launching a new pension fund and an employee bonus program.
The review had been ongoing since the beginning of the year and included gathering feedback from the company’s employees via regular focus groups and various direct channels, which have been operating since their May 2014 implementation.