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Wallem Group wins 'Shipping Company of the Year' award

source:hellenicshippingnews author: time:2014-05-06  

Hong Kong-based shipping services company Wallem Group has won awards from peers, seafarers and clients. The "Shipping Company of the Year" title was bestowed on Wallem by the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) for its crew welfare program in the "Seafarer Welfare Awards."

ISWAN is backed by the ITF (International Transport Workers Federation), a heavy weight in the transport workers sector.

Nominations for the award were made by seafarers, endorsing Wallem as a leading employer for seafarers around the world.

The award was announced recently at a ceremony hosted by the director general of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Guy Ryder in Geneva.

Wallem Ship Management has received double the recognition from leading Japanese ship owner, NYK Group, winning the "Car Carrier of the Year Awards" for two vessels in management, and the "Innovative Bunker and Idle time Saving (IBIS) Award" for all NYK container vessels in Wallem's management.

The shipping industry has recognized Wallem with the "Ship Manager of the Year Award" at the annual Seatrade Asia awards ceremony in Singapore recently.

The award recognizes excellence in ship management, from crewing to technical and procurement services.

Wallem delivers ship management services from the key maritime locations in Hong Kong, Singapore, Europe and North America.

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