The three-year contract will see the ATPI Group transition the Netherlands-based business to a global travel management programme, controlling costs and increasing transparency on spend across its international network.
Stork provides asset management for the oil and gas, chemical and power industry and employs more than 14,500 staff.
Stork Technical Services previously worked with a variety of travel suppliers around the world. It has a network of over 60 offices worldwide, in energy hotspots such as Aberdeen, Angola, Norway and Houston.
Adam Knights, group sales and marketing director at ATPI said: "We are thrilled to have secured the Stork Technical Services global account, yet another milestone for the business which further cements our status as one of the leading travel management companies for the energy sector. We are committed to delivering results in line with their high expectations and demonstrating the business value of globally integrated travel planning and booking."
Mike Mann, senior vice president – global HSSEQ, Stork Technical Services, added: "We were pleased with the ATPI Group’s proven ability to globalise previously ‘non-global’ programmes, while still providing the expertise and commitment needed in this specialist, and potentially hazardous sector."
The ATPI Group employs 1,400 people in over 60 offices worldwide.