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ATP Instone to be key partner for the GBTA Europe Oil, Gas & Marine Travel Symposium 2013  

ATP Instone has signed as the platinum sponsor for the third GBTA Europe Oil, Gas & Marine Travel Symposium, taking place on 23rd - 24th October 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, which is a travel forum dedicated to the Oil, Gas & Marine industry.  

ATP Instone, part of the ATPI Group, is a specialist business which powers travel for the shipping, offshore and energy industries and boasts over 90 years of experience in this field, meeting the needs of professionals whose travel is mission critical. 

Delegates attending the event will have the opportunity to take part in interesting panel discussions discussing the many issues facing the sector, such as Managing Travel Risk and specialist Air Fares for the Marine Industry where ATPI will form part of the panel discussions.

Group Sales and Marketing Director, Adam Knights, comments: “We have always been a huge supporter of GBTA and we are looking forward to having a leading presence at this year’s symposium. GBTA conferences are focused on education and sharing knowledge and we are keen to use our years of experience to empower delegates attending the event.”

GBTA’s Regional Director for Europe, Catherine McGavock added: “We are delighted to welcome ATP Instone to this event – their expertise and industry knowledge add hugely to the lively discussion and debate that have become synonymous with it. This year’s symposium promises to be an excellent event with a strong programme that’s guaranteed to deliver thought provoking content focused on the very specific issues related to business travel in this industry.’

The ATPI Group employs 1,400 people in over 60 offices around the world, and has successful operations in corporate travel, corporate event management, online travel technology and specialist travel management for a number of key industries including the sports, energy and shipping sectors.

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