Join us at CrewConnect Global
23 - 26 November 2020 | Timezone: CET (GMT -2)
CrewConnect Global is the crewing industry’s most pertinent conference and this year it goes online to reach an ever-greater audience. The event connects the global crewing community to inform and inspire change in recruitment & retention, training & safety at sea, and mental health & wellbeing. Attended by industry professionals, it’s an opportunity to virtually meet and network with your peers and suppliers, and ensure you are up to date with the latest news and industry innovations.
Why meet ATPI Marine & Energy at CrewConnect Global?
Achieve a more efficient crew management process whilst addressing costs
Discover how we will assist you in navigating the challenges of modern-day crew management and how we supported the industry throughout the pandemic.
Meet your duty of care obligations for every crew rotation
Find out how we support our clients to ensure their offshore travel is always safe and compliant.
Speaker session: Moving crew in a lockdown situation
Join ATPI Marine & Energy, Qatar Airways, MASSA and OSM for an insightful and educational speaker session on Tuesday 24 November at 10:25. The panel will discuss their learnings from moving crew during this year’s lockdowns and share lessons you can implement within your organisation.
- Ms. Julia Anastasiou – Deputy Managing Director OSM Maritime Group
- Ms. Eleftheria Letsiou – Head of Global Account Management Marine
- Mr. Matt Raos – SVP Global Sales Qatar Airways
- Capt. Shiv Halbe – CEO MASSA (Maritime Association of Shipowners, Shipmanagers, Agents)
Panel session: Digital transformation
Has digital transformation proved itself in critical times & what do we focus on next
Join ATPI Marine & Energy’s Nikos Gazelidis on a panel session at 14:45 on Tuesday 24 November. The panel will discuss how the Covid-19 crisis has impacted ship operations and how it became a test for digital shipping. The speakers will question the extent digital shipping has fulfilled its promise and their predictions for the next phase of transformation.Register now with ATPI's 15% discount
Take part in our crew change & travel survey
Want to find out how the crew change process has changed for your industry peers?
Take part in ATPI Marine & Energy’s survey to compare and contrast your experiences with others in your sector. The survey asks questions on your crew travel processes, your 2021 travel budget and the current pandemic.Take part in the survey now
If crew changes matter to you and your business, meet ATPI Marine & Energy at CrewConnect Global and learn how we can help you solve efficiency and cost challenges
An outlook for marine crew travel – Winter 2020/21
One of the challenges facing shipping companies is that crew changes are becoming more complicated, time consuming and expensive.
Our marine & energy team have therefore collated in-depth analysis and predictions on the topics of airline capacity and pricing in this outlook on marine crew travel. The report also includes a deep dive into crew change complexities, costs and health concerns to aid you and your organisation now and moving forward.Read the full outlook here
Refocus on: Fulfilling duty of care for crew travel
We share what is really important for marine and energy organisations to focus on when it comes to duty of care right now.
After working closely with our marine and energy clients throughout the pandemic, we’ve seen that there has been a collective refocus on the elements of a travel programme that are absolutely essential in helping business to continue – one of these being duty of care in relation to crew travel. Within this article we share the most important areas to focus upon.Read the article here
Refocus on: Controlling the cost of crew travel
Crew travel has always been an area of significant spend for most marine and energy organisations, but the outbreak of Covid-19 has only served to exacerbate this.
By understanding why fares have become more expensive as a result of the pandemic and taking note of the practical measures that can be taken in order to control travel spend, marine and energy organisations can implement a cost-effective approach to crew travel. Discover why fares have increased and how the cost of crew travel can be controlled in this article.Read the article here
Refocus on: Improving the efficiency of a crew change
Achieving greater efficiency has always been a challenge for the maritime and energy sectors and the context of a global pandemic has only served to amplify this.
We’ve assisted our clients in maintaining and improving the efficiency of their travel processes the entirety of the pandemic, and will continue to do so as the situation develops. In this short guide we’ll share what is really important for marine and energy organisations to focus on when it comes to efficiency right now.Read the full article here
Talk to the ATPI Marine & Energy team at CrewConnect Global to:
Control costsRead article
Identify how best to control the costs associated with your crew travelRead article
Improve efficiencyRead article
Improve the processes surrounding your crew changes to make them more efficientRead article
Discuss duty of careRead article
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Implement a duty or care programme which ensures your crew are safe and secureRead article
Discover our in-depth research and predictions for crew travel in 2021Read article
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Achieving greater efficiency has always been a challenge for the maritime and energy sectors and the context of a global pandemic has only served to amplify this.Lees meer
Crew travel has always been an area of significant spend for most marine and energy organisations, but the outbreak of Covid-19 has only served to exacerbate this.Lees meer
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