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ATPI Announces Appointment Of New Network Partner In Sweden

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Leading travel management and events business, the ATPI Group, is expanding its global footprint into Sweden. Scanworld one of Sweden’s largest independent travel management companies is joining as a partner of the ATPI Group’s growing network. 

The new partnership will enhance the Group’s expanding operation of owned offices in Denmark and across Norway. 

Graham Ramsey, chief executive officer, the ATPI Group, explains:

“Scanworld has a sterling reputation across northern Europe and as we continue to grow across this region it made strategic sense to invite them to our network. In terms of culture and service values there is a proven strong fit between both companies. Our clients will benefit from local knowledge and support as well as the high standards our collective businesses are renowned for.”

Magnus Linder, chief executive officer, Scanworld added:

“We pride ourselves on the professional approach we take to both corporate travel and corporate meetings and events. We look forward to working together with the team at ATPI and developing our client offering.”

This new network partnership follows recent acquisitions by the ATPI Group in New Zealand and Australia plus the appointment of new partners in countries including Turkey, Poland, Chile and the Balkans.

The ATPI Group has over 100 offices worldwide and has successful operations in corporate travel, shipping and energy travel, sports and corporate event management and online travel technology. 

Business | News published on 01 / 11 / 2016 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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