Six new partners signed up by APTI

Travel management company ATPI has bolstered its global network with the appointment of six new partners.

In the Middle East, Tel Aviv-based Hadassim Tours and Oman’s Khimji’s House of Travel have joined the ATPI network.

Jet Travel of Hungary and Plazatur in Turkey bring further regional European expertise, while Kenya’s Pago Airways and Argentina’s Rainbow Travel also become ATPI partners.

“We are pleased to be growing steadily in a global capacity,” says Andrew Waller, Chief Executive Officer, the ATPI Group.

“It’s important for us to expand into regions that strategically matter to our clients in order to continue to deliver a highly efficient service and to evolve to meet their specific demands.”

Waller adds: “Each new partner has expertise in their own region which will be highly beneficial to our client base – particularly those in the energy and shipping sector working with our ATPI Griffinstone division.”

The ATPI Group has a network of over 100 offices worldwide and, last year, launched ATPI Direct Travel in a joint venture with US-based Direct Travel.