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Making Sense of Marine Fares

Over 40 years ago the concept of marine fares originated to address the specific nuances associated with the shipping industry. In this expert insight we discuss why these fares are still relevant in a market undergoing so much change. Find out more

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Shipping Outlook Magazine

Welcome to a special edition of ATPI’s Shipping Outlook which has been produced to offer insights and advice for buyers and procurement professionals within the Shipping industry. Read the article

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Energy Outlook Magazine

Welcome to a special edition of ATPI’s Energy Outlook which has been produced to offer insights and advice for buyers and procurement professionals within the Energy and Offshore industry. Read the article

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Global Consolidation: Improving Service and Cost

Partnering with ATPI in 2014, after more than 10 years with their previous supplier, the company needed a flexible solution to manage all aspects of their travel, as well as increase the level of service they received. ATPI delivered it. Read the article

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Global Fare Sourcing

Not all fares are created equal. ATPI’s global head of specialist fare sourcing Gary Hance details the intricacies of the energy, offshore and marine fares market and how to access the best available fare for your business. Read the article

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Can You Benefit from Process Efficiencies?

ATPI deployed a disaster management strategy concerning the travel requirements for one of its clients in the shipping industry. Passport checks, crew travel logistics and hotel and flight bookings were organised to move employees from the affected region Read the article

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Hotel Negotiations In A Tough Energy Industry

Corporate hotel rates continue to soar in Aberdeen due to an excess in demand. ATPI managed to reduce rates for their corporates to illustrate the value of a Travel Management Company through strong negotiation. Read the article

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Seadrill – Leveraging Global Hotel Expenditure

Seadrill were looking to consolidate their hotel programme, improve buying power and reduce the amount of time employees spent when booking hotels. Additionally, a mandated programme would improve duty of care for travellers. Read the article

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Expro – Specialist Knowledge Reduces Hotel Costs

By allocating a genuine hotel sector expert to manage Expro’s travel programme, ATPI Griffinstone has driven further savings for the client, bringing average room rates down and continually monitoring hotel activity to reduce non-compliance with travel po Read the article