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Many years ago someone told me that to do a good job; you have to put your heart in it. And that is what I saw here in the last two days. That you all have really put your heart into it.
Encouraging words by Mr Peter Cremers , CEO, Anglo Eastern Group, at the end of his two day visit to Kolkata.
Captain Vinay Singh summed it up very nicely, "We should aim to be frugal and be able to help a lot more people." Captain Singh and Mrs Singh were also thoroughly impressed by work that Anavi has been doing in Kolkata.
Mr Cremers was joined by Mrs Cremers and their young son Enzo. Captain Tejpal and Mrs Tejpal accompanied the Cremers family from Hong Kong. Two days was a short time but the itinerary was very well planned to visit as many institutes as possible.
Anavi is a unique resource mobilisation drive initiated by Anglo Eastern Ship Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. to bring smiles to the underprivileged in India. Anglo Eastern Ship Management is a respected Shipping Company which is now looking beyond just managing and running merchant ships as per world standards. This is basically an activity wherein it is aimed to touch and make better the lives of people who have not been fortunate enough to live a life where they could get even the basic necessities.
We have achieved this award once again and this is our 12th consecutive year to win this award.
We take this opportunity to thank all our staff , on board and ashore for their dedicated and tireless efforts towards this achievement.
AT 13 / 0900 Z vessel received acknowledgement from MARITIME OPERATION CENTRE TAUPO requesting ETA to Distress position.
13 / 0940 Vessel Distance to the distress unit 205NM and ETA 17 hour with request of instruction if own vessel needed to proceed to Distress position.
13 / 0958 Z Received confirmation on Deviation for rescue of distress vessel Platino with Distress vessel latest position update.
13 / 1000Z Vessel acknowledged the deviation confirmation with distance to Distress position 175 NM and estimated time to arrive at distress position in 14 hours.
Meeting with Master, Ch.Eng, 2nd Off and 3rd Off carried out along with satellite communication with Anglo eastern Singapore Office. After receiving OK to proceed for rescue operation from Anglo Eastern office Passage plan prepared and at 13 / 2212 vessel started to proceed to Distress position.
At 13 / 1200Z Position report sent to RCC and subsequently at 13/1800Z with ETA to distress position 13/2245Z. AT 13/2022Z Vessel sent updated position report, Sea & Weather condition to New Zealand RCC.
To honour our committed seafarers who have made AESM a success, AESM has Long Service Awards.
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53rd National Maritime Day Celebration - AESM celebrates 12 glorious years as the Best Foreign Employer of Indian Seafarers
AESM wins Sailor Today award for the 12th time.
16th Annual Sailor Today Awards 2017
AESM Sea-Farers have braved odds and saved many a lives out at sea.
Rescuing of 73 personnel from a distress fishing vessel by Fairchem Sabre
Rescue operation by MV DARYA LOK
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The Oxfam Trailwalking came into our lives from an advertisement in the daily newspaper which caught our eyes. It was the thrill of the challenge of walking 100kms in 48hrs and the cause for the “Girl Child Education” which got us interested.
Sharing my experience, which hopefully would inspire my colleagues & Mariners? I just completed the Olympic distance Triathlon on 23rd October 2016 in Hyderabad! That was something I could not believe myself!
The plan to ride to leh originated with Manan sir (Manager DDN OFFICE) who had done a similar trip in the yr 2015. He along with sumit, aayush and myself planned the trip and set the deadline to leave on the 8th july 2016 from DDN to Chandigarh.