Ongoing commitment to shipping sector reinforced on World Maritime Day
ATPI Griffinstone today announces a partnership with London International Shipping Week 2019 (LISW). The commitment to supporting this prestigious global seafaring event comes on World Maritime Day today, as specialist marine and energy division of the travel management and events business, the ATPI Group, reinforces its position as an integral part of the shipping community.
Led by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), World Maritime Day 2018 celebrates 70 years of history with the theme ‘IMO 70: Our Heritage – Better Shipping for a Better Future’.
Nikos Gazelidis, global head of marine, ATPI Griffinstone, comments:
“London International Shipping Week was a great success last year and the events provide a platform for industry leaders around the world to gather and shape the future of the shipping and marine sectors. ATPI Griffinstone is excited to once again be part of this educational and thought-provoking week filled with inspirational talks by globally-renowned figureheads. We look forward to attending with our colleagues and partners next September.”
As a global leading expert in travel for the marine, energy, and resource industries with a99 year heritage, ATPI Griffinstone thrives on strengthening ties with international businesses across the shipping sector to set new standards in managing the complexities of marine travel with a cost-effective and scalable approach. The team is strategically located in the core regions of focus for the shipping industry to allow for both sector and important regional expertise, introducing market-leading technology.
ATPI Griffinstone’s specialist technology offers the widest range of marine fares to guarantee direct contracts with major airlines, using innovative travel tools that have been developed specifically for the international marine and energy industries. In addition, ATPI CrewLink™ is a crew travel workflow management tool developed for travel managers to help coordinate complex travel for rig workers and seamen rotations globally with seamless integration into internal tools.
Taking place from 9-13 September 2019, LISW19 will be an unmissable event in the global maritime calendar – last year more than 160 industry functions and unique networking opportunities were attended by thousands of global shipping industry leaders. The events will be organised either by the industry at large through the various LISW19 Supporting Organisations or by Sponsoring Companies of LISW19.
Further information about LISW19 can be found on the dedicated event website: www.londoninternationalshippingweek.com
World Maritime Day 2018 takes place today, 27 September 2018. The annual event is celebrated by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the United Nations’ specialist agency responsible for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine and atmospheric pollution by ships.