We are pleased to inform you all that Anglo-Eastern Ship Management (India) Private Limited has been conferred with Maharashtra Best Employer Brand Award’ 2019 on 5th July 2019, at a prestigious event held at Taj, Lands End, Mumbai.
But this is also an emotional moment for many of us here, who were associated with these lovely ships from the beginning.
In my case the journey with N class started 16 years ago, with the old N Gas ships.
All of us here have experienced wonderful memories on these ships and were glad to call them our second home.
It was a fine evening and we were about 250 miles west of the Azores islands on our way to Newark (New York, USA), that we received a VHF call from a Skipper (Mr. Robert De Kort, citizen of Netherlands) of a small sailing boat “Madrugada” asking for weather update and if possible, could help with some water & provisions as he was running out of food and water.
A world without seafarers would be a world left unknown. And therefore we took this opportunity to commemorate the contribution made by our seafarers by celebrating 5th April, National Maritime Day with exciting team building activities like The Roadblock (Minefield) and Human Knot to increase a sense of belonging among our sea staff.
A festival of spring, love and colours celebrated across India makes Holi a special occasion for socialising and celebrating joy. We encouraged our sea staff to enjoy with colours and exciting activities as mentioned below:
The LPG/C Saltram is a storage tanker at Suape in Brazil. As vessel is under Brazilian Cabotage, it is mandatory to employ some Brazilians staff on board. Vessel has several Brazilian women working on board in rotation as deck officers and engineers. These lady officers work with equal vigour, energy and dedication as men.
ASSET (Anglo Eastern Staff Satisfaction & Engagement Team) introduced a concept of Building Relationships Onboard (B.R.O) in order to identify the most approachable individual on board (Healer), who would then encourage positive culture/ environment on our vessels.