PEPC Worldwide: 108 Latest Newspapers Available at World Trade Centers
Press release from the issuing company
The Hague, November 26th, 2002 - Today the Netherlands based PEPC Worldwide, a global distributor of latest edition national and international newspapers, announced a Strategic Alliance Agreement with WTCA Services, a subsidiary of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), a New York based not-for-profit organization. Under the agreement the WTCA and PEPC will cooperate in promoting the use of the PEPC Newspaper Kiosk within the 297 World Trade Centers and their connected offices and organizations throughout the world.
The first ‘WTC-Newspaper Kiosks’ will be installed at the World Trade Centers in Barcelona (Spain), Boston (USA) and Nice (France). The PEPC Newspaper Kiosk provides international employees, guests and visitors of these World Trade Centers with the latest edition of 108 newspapers from 46 countries. Among the available newspapers are leading publications such as the International Herald Tribune, USA Today (USA), The Los Angeles Times (USA) The Miami Herald (USA), El Pais (Spain), Le Monde (France), Le Figaro (France), Times of India (India) and Sports Nippon (Japan).
The Strategic Alliance Agreement was signed by Guy F. Tozzoli, President of the World Trade Centers Association, and Rob Dorpmans CEO of PEPC Worldwide.
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