IMTG at CrewConnect Global 2017

VCK Marine Travel is connected to IMTG, the International Marine Travel Group. IMTG is a global travel management company specialising in scheduling staff and crew in the offshore sector.

IMTG has partners in all strategic locations in the maritime and offshore industry. All service agreements, tariffs and quality levels are guaranteed worldwide, ensuring you of the same level of service you already enjoy from us – anytime, anywhere. From Monday 6 to Wednesday 8 November 2017, IMTG will be present at the CrewConnect Global 2017 in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The CrewConnect Global event is organised by the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel and is the world’s largest event focusing on crew scheduling in the offshore sector. At CrewConnect Global, over 50 different organisations from all over the world will be exhibiting, and over 600 crewing professionals from 40 countries will be present. During the three-day exhibition, you will not only be able to visit the stands, but also to attend interesting lectures or take part in relevant training sessions. IMTG’s professionals will be present at the exhibition for all three days to tell you everything you need to know about the latest tools for scheduling crew and staff in the offshore sector. Interested in visiting CrewConnect Global 2017? Register now via this link and get a discount of up to 50% on the registration fee. For more information about VCK Marine Travel or IMTG’s international network, please contact us. We will be happy to tell you more!

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