ATPI expands into Thailand following Waranart Travel partnership

ATPI has secured growth in Thailand after Waranart Travel joined its international network.

ATPI expands into Thailand following appointment
ATPI expands into Thailand following appointment
Waranart Travel will offer ATPI regional on-the-ground assistance and expertise to ATPI’s clients in the south-east Asian country. 

ATPI targeted Thailand because it has experience in sectors that the country provides, including shipping, oil and gas, construction and retail.

Waranart Udomchalothorn, owner of Waranart Travel, said: "Our established business and growing network of highly trained business travel consultants is thrilled to be ATPI’s new partner in Thailand. We look forward to reinforcing the expertise and specialisms of the global ATPI business in our region."
 
Graham Ramsey ATPI Group CEO added: "Our new partnership agreement with Waranart gives us a well-established and respected partner in Thailand, which is a key strategic element of our South East Asia expansion. Waranart Travel has a strong commitment to customer service, flexibility and loyalty and is, we feel, an ideal partner to complement the expansion of our international network."
 
The ATPI Group now operates 50 offices worldwide.

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