The Marriott hotel supply company has long been an important part of Marriott’s business, and now it’s a major player in the luxury hotel market, a key driver of revenue and profits for the company.

In an interview, chief executive officer Michael Smith said he expects Marriott will grow its supply chain to more than $3 billion in fiscal 2019.

The company has added more than 2,500 hotel locations since it was founded in 2004.

Marriott said it is growing its supply and logistics operations at about 50 sites in the U.S. and Canada.

“We see more opportunities in the future,” Smith said.

“I think the opportunities are limitless.”

Marriott’s supply chain includes hotels, restaurant chains, hotels, restaurants, and hotels, which together make up about 80% of its business.

That’s the case even though it’s mostly focused on hotels.

Marriott is the largest hotel chain by revenue in the country and the third largest in the world by revenue.

The business grew at 6.7% in fiscal 2018, while Marriott’s sales fell 2.9%.

The company’s operating profit was up 3.7%, according to Bloomberg.

Marriott also is the third-largest hotel company in the nation, with a revenue of $1.6 billion in 2017.

In fiscal 2019, the company earned $3.6 million on $3,094 million in revenue, according to a report by the Conference Board.

It also earned $1 billion in operating profits and was the biggest hotel owner by revenue, at $1,958 million in 2017, the report said.

Marriott has also been one of the leading hotel chains in the global hotel business.

The hotel chain is growing in markets around the world and in China.

Last year, it earned $819 million from hotels in China and another $564 million from other international markets.

That growth has helped Marriott earn more than half of its revenues from hotel bookings in the United States, according the conference board.

The top five U.K. hotels for Marriott last year were the $10 million, The Grand Hyatt London, the $14 million, the Mandarin Oriental London, and the $27 million, London’s Grand Hy-Fi. In the U