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ATPI has won a three-year contract to manage travel for energy group Stork Technical Services.
The TMC said that it would create a new global travel management programme for Dutch-based Stork, which employs 14,500 people around the world.
Adam Knights, ATPI’s group sales and marketing director, said: “We are thrilled to have secured the Stork Technical Services global account.
“This is yet another milestone for the business which further cements our status as one of the leading travel management companies for the energy sector.”
ATPI specialises in the energy sector through its subsidiary ATP Instone, which also works with shipping companies.
Mike Mann, Stork’s senior vice president for global HSSEQ (Health, Safety, Security, Environment, Quality), added that the energy company had chosen ATPI as its new TMC because it had “proven ability to globalise previously ‘non-global’ programmes”.