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ATPI Griffinstone signs agreement on DMF

ATPI Griffinstone signs agreement on DMF

07-10-2015 12:00:00


At DMF, ATPI Griffinstone who arranges travels within the marine and energy sectors, has entered an exclusive agreement with A/S Frichs so that ATP Griffinstone will conduct all business trips for the company in the future.

"Until now we have been responsible for most of our travels, but when I talked to Jim from ATPI Griffinstone here at the fair, we quickly found out that we need to work together in the future," says Palle Andersen, Service Manager A/S Frichs for Maritime Denmark.

Over 200 maritime exhibitors from Denmark and abroad have since Tuesday been together at Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen for the Danish Maritime Fair 2015.

And ATPI Griffinstone is not the only one to have signed new contracts at the fair. The pen has been used frequently, often by visitors at the fair, but also among exhibitors at the fair, such as A/S Frichs and ATPI Griffinstone.

"Palle's people need flexibility in tickets – because everything doesn't always go as planned, and so there's often need for heavy luggage ... 40-46 kilo is not unusual," says Jim Larsen, Sales Manager, ATPI Griffinstone.

The parties do not want to put a price on the agreement yet.

"We will have to go home and do the paperwork. But I wouldn't be surprised if we are up and running within a month ", says Jim Larsen.

Danish Maritime Fair runs until Thursday at 17. But it is already clear that the fair will be back again next year.

Source: The editors


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