Leading travel management company ATPI has underlined its expansion plans in Asia with the appointment of a new managing director and a significant acquisition.
Former managing director of ATPI in Copenhagen, Kim Fuglsang takes up the new role as managing director of ATPI Singapore with immediate effect to further enhance client services and manage the ongoing growth within the region.
Meanwhile the Singapore operation is growing with the announcement of the acquisition of Pathfinder Travel. The professional travel services provider was purchased to aid the expansion of growing business in Singapore, with the aim of incorporating their strong client base into ATPI’s network.
Pathfinder Travel staff have already moved into ATPI offices, are integrated into the business and are trained in using ATPI’s advanced travel technology.
Kim Fuglsang brings over twenty years experience within maritime, corporate and offshore travel to the role, his extensive knowledge will also be utilised to coordinate synergy between regional Asian offices and take advantage of the positive trends and potential for growth emerging from Singapore.
ATPI Group chief executive, Graham Ramsey, commented on the new appointment: “Continuing our dynamic expansion in this region is an ongoing commitment.
“Asia is leading the way in many aspects of our industry and Singapore especially is a region of extreme potential which has developed into an exciting melting pot of culture and businesses.
“We welcome the team from Pathfinder and know that Kim Fuglsang will continue to grow all areas of the business and ensure that our clients continue to be serviced efficiently and effectively.”
The ATPI Group now operates out of a network of over 49 offices in 31 countries around the world.
The company has also recently signed partnership deals in Portugal, Spain and Angola.