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Duty Of Care: 24/7 Support in a Crisis

During an emergency situation, ATPI Griffinstone worked to establish the safety of a client’s British male passenger. ATPI Griffinstone’s dedicated account manager and 24/7 duty of care teams worked with the individual's employer to get him home. 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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Chennai Floods Disaster Management

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 & flight bookings were organised to move employees from the affected region. Read the article

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Höegh Autoliners: Crew Management - Circle Of Care

Höegh Autoliners were looking for ways to better manage their crew travel, in relation to the complexity of itineraries and frequent changes of travel plans. Read the article

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Local Success Of European Consolidation

This client wanted to consolidate their travel business across Europe. Norway was one of the countries involved; however the region was not keen to make the change. Read the article

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Sparrows Group – Rewards Of Global Consolidation

Sparrows Group was using 14 different travel management companies, with three in the UK alone. Global consolidation was planned to improve management information, drive cost efficiencies and ensure duty of care globally. 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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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