Tan Holdings participates at 2017 Liberation Day

Tan Holdings participated in the 72nd Liberation Day celebration held last July 4. Liberation Day commemmorates the emancipation of island residents from the confines of Camp Susupe and the repatriation of Japanese, Korean and Okinawan citizens following World War II. This year’s Tan Holdings float features several flowers such as ginger blossons and birds of […]Read More »

CTSI Saipan’s General Manager finishes Management Course

CTSI Saipan’s General Manager Joven Cruz participated in the 93rd Management Development Program at the prestigious Asian Institute of Management (AIM) in Makati, Philippines, last April 24 to May 19. The General Manager found the said program to be a rich resource of new ideas, insights, and perspectives on how to be a better leader […]Read More »

CTSI Guam attends Hazmat and Forklift Training

CTSI Guam completes a new Hazardous Materials (Hazmat) and Forklift Training held late last May. The said session was part of the continuous training that includes the understanding of locally regulated guidelines in the handling and transport of hazardous goods and maneuvering of forklift. Such training is necessary for protection of both CTSI and its […]Read More »

Tan Holdings and CTSI Guam participate in 12th United Airlines Plane Pull

  Tan Holdings is as one of the 43 participants in United Airlines’ United Plane Pull on its 12th anniversary last June 24 at the United Hangar in Tiyan, Guam. Teams of 25 members each competed to pull the United Boeing 737 aircraft in the fastest time. Tan Holdings finished in 6th place in the […]Read More »

Tan Holdings’ Saipan Soccer School Summer Camp draws 180 enrollees

A total of 180 signed up for Saipan Soccer School (SSS)’s 2017 Summer Camp at the Tan Siu Lin (TSL) Sports Complex. Campers are taught various sports such as the basics on basketball and soccer through the guidance of volunteer coaches from CNMI Women’s National Team and Girls U14 Team, SSS staff and Chelsea FC […]Read More »

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