OEEC Gold Sponsor: Crew management in the offshore energy sector

Offshore travel planning can be complex. Inefficient processes, different suppliers, tools, communication channels and the continuous changes can result in a lot of work.

Does planning crew rotations for you as a crew or fleet manager take more time than you would like to spend? Do you think it’s frustrating that mistakes are being made – or do you think it can be done in a more cost-effective way?

Experts from ATPI Griffinstone will be available at the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference – and they are happy to discuss with you how to improve processes and be more successful in managing travel for the offshore and energy sector.


Jochem Hemink, Head of Sales Shipping & Energy:
“A lot of companies are working in their own way to organize travel within their organization. I see various methods every day, from Excel sheets with all travel requests to HR systems that are not connected to the travel tools used by their travel management company.

“It is a lot of manual work when all the booking numbers have to be typed into the travel requests. But also emailing back and forth regarding bookings or travel changes can take up a lot of time. It is double work and every time I wonder why we should let this process continue if we can improve it? To solve these problems, we developed ATPI CrewLink.”

If you don’t go after what you want, you will never have it.


Janneke Wolthuis, Account Manager Shipping & Energy:
“Our client, an organization with recruitment and HR services for the energy and marine sector, manages a lot of crew rotations, changes at short notice, complex itineraries and different tools, suppliers and processes. For this client, we have been able to add value with ATPI CrewLink, a travel technology tool that integrates systems and processes across the entire travel workflow on one global platform.

“In this way, costs and saving opportunities become transparent, manual processes unnecessary and the travel policy can be observed optimally. Other benefits? Access to the lowest available fares in the market and the best available airplane seats. We have successfully implemented ATPI CrewLink for this customer in three European countries.”

To truly understand a clients’ needs and match this with a solution that offers the technology and services that meet and exceed expectations.

Marjan van Vliet, Global Account Manager Shipping & Energy:
“We believe that automation – by utilizing the right technology –  is the solution for crew management in the offshore and energy sector, plus we are happy to make your working processes as a crew manager easier.

“With ATPI CrewLink we optimize the process of your crew travel organization, with efficient crew planning, time and money savings and better control seamlessly. Call or email us and we will be happy to demonstrate the many benefits of ATPI CrewLink.”

It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change (Charles Darwin).



ATPI Griffinstone, part of the ATPI Group, is globally focused on delivering value-driven specialty travel and related solutions for the Shipping, Energy & Resources industries through proven entrepreneurial spirit while delivering unparalleled value and service to meet the evolving, unique and individual needs of our clients.

Disclosure: The article above is produced by ATPI Griffinstone, Gold Sponsor of the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference. No member of the Offshore Energy Today editorial team took part in the creation of this article.

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is an annual event focused on the complete offshore energy industry, from oil & gas to the wind and marine energy.

The two-day event, to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 25 & 26 October includes an exhibition where an expected 650+ supply chain companies will showcase their products and services. Next to that, there is an accompanying conference that covers key topics and solutions for the offshore community.

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