The ATPI Group announces new network partner in Mexico

Travel management and events agency, the ATPI Group, has appointed Creatur Mayoristas as its partner in Mexico.

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With over 30 years’ experience in travel for corporate business as well as the energy and marine sectors, Creatur Mayoristas provides tailored services to meet the needs of corporate, offshore, marine and energy travellers. It has offices in 12 major cities including Veracuz, Leon Monterrey and Cuidad del Carmen and is listed as one of the top 10 leading business travel companies in Mexico.

Commenting on the partnership, Graham Ramsey, chief executive officer, the ATPI Group, said: "It is strategically important for us to have offices in locations relevant to our clients and this appointment will further strengthen our position in Latin America. The team at Creatur Mayoristas has extensive knowledge of Mexico and the needs of corporate, energy and marine travellers there. Their expertise within the energy and marine sector and in particular within the Mexico energy corridor will go hand-in-hand with the knowledge and insight of the ATPI Group team.

By joining our network we can provide seamless support for Creatur Mayoristas clients travelling outside of Mexico. In addition, they will benefit from access to our global expertise and state-of-the-art technology to drive the business forward."

Jacob Serrano, general manager, Creatur Mayoristas, added: "We’re looking forward to a long and successful partnership with the ATPI Group. We have a shared commitment to fantastic customer service and the highest levels of delivery to all our clients."

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