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Marine Travel and Energy Travel

In Asia-Pacific

ATPI Marine & Energy is an international leader in providing travel to the energy and shipping sectors

With expert teams located in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the Philippines and India.

Offering solutions tailored to energy and marine organisations, 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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ATPI Marine travel Energy -With expert teams located in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the Philippines and India.

COVID-19 | Crew changes allowed within Asia-Pacific locations

ATPI Marine & Energy has supported our marine clients in the repatriation of seafarers and continuation of essential business operations, such as crew changes, throughout the pandemic and will continue to do so as the situation develops

We are continuing to share travel restrictions, corporate travel health and safety guidelines and issue real-time travel alerts in order to keep clients informed and empowered to make the right decisions for their organisation.  

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COVID-19 | Crew changes allowed within Asia-Pacific locations

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Predictive technology, the marine sector and crew travel: What’s possible?

Although the outbreak of Covid-19 has created monumental challenges for the marine sector, it has also acted as a catalyst for change.

The industry has done everything in its power to repatriate seafarers for the last year, and the consequences of the pandemic have seen a unified drive towards finding solutions to inefficient processes, inflexibility and information overload.

However, the development of innovative predictive technology that has been created for the marine sector can help to solve the historical challenges that marine organisations face when transporting crew - challenges that have only been exacerbated by Covid-19.

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Predictive technology, the marine sector and crew travel: What’s possible?