Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Singapore) partners with IMarEST

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Paper boatsBernhard Schulte Shipmanagement is the latest company to partner with the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) by signing up a number of employees to join the Institute.

With a programme aimed to support the professionalism, dedication, enthusiasm and responsiveness of global marine professionals, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Singapore) will enjoy year round benefits in supporting the professional development of staff via the benefits of joining the IMarEST.

Bob Maxwell, Managing Director of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Singapore) said: “Supporting the professional development of our staff is a key driver for this partnership, and we are delighted to be able to sign up a number of employees to become members of the IMarEST. We are keen to see our staff develop, and giving them access to professional qualifications (such as becoming chartered) is good for the company, them as individuals and our clients.”

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement is a leading maritime solutions provider with an unparalleled concentration of ship and shore-based knowledge, built on over 100 years of shipping experience, and an unerring focus on safety, operational excellence, responsiveness and innovation.

Entrusted with managing a fleet of more than 600 ships on behalf of responsible and demanding customers worldwide, comprehensive services are provided through a network of shipmanagement, crew management and maritime training centres in over 30 locations around the world.

Paul James, IMarEST’s Deputy Chief Executive added: “This is another example of how the IMarEST is supporting the global maritime community by providing tools to help with the professional development of those onshore, offshore and onboard.”

The IMarEST, the international membership body for marine professionals, has over 16,000 members, it brings together marine engineers, marine scientists and marine technologists in over 128 countries into one multi-disciplinary professional body. It provides the exchange of ideas and practices and upholds the status, standards and expertise of marine professionals worldwide.