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Dangerous Waters

Some 90 per cent of the world’s traded goods are transported by sea. Often unknown, or little talked about, is the fact that piracy is a growing problem for the shipping industry. Maritime sector specialist Pippa Strasser-Ganderton talks dangerous waters. Read the article

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Successful Partnership Delivers Efficiency And Value

This client had previously relied on a number of local travel management companies (TMCs) but was looking to improve their travel programme through consolidation and partner with a TMC who truly understood their sector and specific travel requirements. 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

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Petrofac – Emergency Repatriation

Petrofac contacted ATPI Griffinstone to ask for help evacuating approximately 300 of their staff from Algeria because of the security risk posed by the terrorist attack on the Amenas Gas Plant in mid-January 2013. Read the article

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Traveller Safety In The Maritime Industry

Maritime organisations face some very real challenges in regards to traveller safety, so it’s key they have a travel management partner who understands their needs and contributes to the safe travel of employees. Watch the video

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Seadrill – International Consolidation

Before appointing ATPI Griffinstone, Seadrill used many different suppliers based in various countries to manage its travel services. But having to deal with different time zones and cultures was challenging. Read the article