The new partnerships across Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa continue the strong growth of ATPI’s network which in 2017 included the addition of new network partners in Latin America and Saudi Arabia.
Leading travel management and events business, ATPI, is expanding its global footprint and specialist service capabilities with the appointment of six partners across Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa to join its growing network.
Two new partners join in the Middle East. Hadassim Tours, a leading travel agency based in Tel Aviv and Khimji’s House of Travel based in Oman. Hadassim Tours will provide support for ATPI as demand for local expertise in managing travel logistics across the region from its expanding corporate client base increases, especially from USA-based technology companies. Khimji’s House of Travel also joins and will bring over 20 years’ experience in delivering innovative travel solutions to corporate travel clients.
Jet Travel, a highly professional travel consultancy based in Hungary, and Plazatur in Turkey have joined the network in Europe. Jet Travel offers a full scope of travel programme management and implementation including air and non-air bookings, visas and ground transportation. Plazatur operates across a number of specialist departments including flights, transfers and insurance. Both companies will provide support to ATPI clients in Europe mainly.
In South America, Rainbow Travel based in Argentina also joins the network of partners, increasing ATPI’s presence in Latin America, a key region for growth and expansion. Pago Airways in Kenya further strengthens the business’ presence in East Africa.
The new partnerships continue the strong growth of ATPI’s network which in 2017 included the addition of new network partners in Latin America and Saudi Arabia.
Andrew Waller, chief executive officer, the ATPI Group, comments: “We are pleased to be growing steadily in a global capacity. It’s important for us to expand into regions that strategically matter to our clients in order to continue to deliver a highly efficient service and to evolve to meet their specific demands.’
“Each new partner has expertise in their own region which will be highly beneficial to our client base. Particularly those in the energy and shipping sector working with our ATPI Griffinstone division. We look forward to welcoming all new partners from the Middle East, Europe, South America and East Africa as valuable members of our network and to continue to deliver a market-leading service across the globe.”
The ATPI Group has a network of over 100 offices worldwide and is a global leader in travel management for corporate, shipping and energy businesses, sports and corporate event management and online travel technology.
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