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A flashback & flashforward on crew travel

Keeping your crew moving during the COVID-19 crisis

There is no denying that 2020 has been one of the most challenging periods that those within the marine and energy sector have ever faced.

The outbreak of Covid-19 and the ensuing global pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to those tasked with managing efficient crew rotations and safe and compliant travel.

ATPI Marine & Energy has supported out marine and energy clients throughout the pandemic and will continue to do so as the situation develops. It’s now time to look back at the lessons we learned during the first wave of the pandemic and now implement these into our strategies for the future.

Reinforcing duty of care and taking control of spend

  • Reinforce your approach to duty of care and ensure crew wellbeing

    Meeting duty of care challenges by mitigating against the risks presented by the outbreak of Covid-19, ATPI Marine & Energy’s duty of care solutions keep your crew and offshore travellers safe, secure and supported at every stage of their trip.

  • Take control of how your organisation is travelling

    Although the future feels unpredictable, it is still possible for marine and energy organisations to take control of their travel spend and processes by using travel management tools that have been created to meet the demands of the marine and energy sectors.

An Outlook for Marine Crew Travel 2020/2021

Predicting what the future holds for the marine and energy sectors

Our experts take an in-depth look at how the global pandemic has impacted the marine and energy sectors, sharing the reasons behind fare increases and advising how marine and energy organisations can make efficient crew changes during a difficult time.

Read the full analysis here
An Outlook for Marine Crew Travel 2020/2021

What marine and energy businesses should be focusing on right now

Five considerations for marine and energy businesses as lockdown eases

As the marine and energy sectors try to develop innovative ways to continue essential business operations in the face of ever-changing travel restrictions, we share which travel processes organisations should focus their resources on right now.

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What marine and energy businesses should be focusing on right now

Getting charters off the ground

How charter flights are keeping marine and energy organisations moving

Just one example of how industry collaboration has enabled marine and energy organisations to continue with essential work, charter flights have proven to be crucial to travel throughout the pandemic. ATPI’s Global Director of Operations explains the challenges and the benefits of using charter flights.

Find out more about using charter flights here
Getting charters off the ground

Keeping marine and energy organisations moving

Overcome the challenges of operating in the marine and energy sectors

ATPI Marine & Energy is an international leader in providing travel to the energy and shipping sectors. Offering tailored solutions alongside 24/7 expertise and innovative technology, ATPI Marine & Energy operates with cost, efficiency and safety at the forefront of every travel strategy.

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Keeping marine and energy organisations moving

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