DTH Travel


TTG UK – Diethelm Travel unveils new identity as DTH Travel


More than just a change in name and logo, the unveiling of DTH Travel marks the dawn of a new era for the company, introducing fresh elements and an innovative approach to doing business.

As DTH Travel, the company retains its legacy, expertise and core values while embracing a new forward-thinking ethos. The emphasis of the rebrand is on revitalisation and modernisation, bringing with it exciting new products and continued commitment to sustainability and meaningful travel experiences.

“For 66 remarkable years, DTH Travel has been on an extraordinary voyage, mastering 13 diverse countries within Asia and connecting travellers with unforgettable journeys. Throughout our own incredible journey, we have witnessed continuous changes as horizons expanded and the world evolved.

“Today marks a defining moment for us: our rebrand signals a transformative shift, breathing new life into our identity and purpose, and ensuring we remain relevant in these ever-evolving times. It’s a profound reflection of the changes in our world, industry, and communities, that have reshaped our ethos and equipped us to step confidently into the 21st century,” said Stephan Roemer, CEO of DTH Travel. 

DTH Travel’s new manifesto is centred on four key pillars that define the essence of the brand:

1. Industry Experts

2. Tailor-made Experiences

3. Community Experts

4. Progressive Vision

“We have reinvented ourselves and reignited our own passion for adventure and exploration. Our affection for crafting journeys that stir the soul and create unforgettable memories for all who travel with us remains unchanged, as is our commitment to clients. We are proud to offer them our best service and products yet,” continued Roemer.

Under Stephan’s new leadership, the team is expanding with the next generation of travel professionals, with young and energetic individuals who share in Roemer’s vision for progress.

The company is also excited about its expansion plans, with a new office scheduled to open in Japan in the first quarter of 2024.

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