Ian Beveridge, Schulte Group CEO, discusses with Inside Marine's Daniel Barnes his plans for the two core businesses of the Schulte Group, being ship management (BSM) and ship owning (Bernhard Schulte).
According to the World Bank, India remains the fastest growing economy in the world. With strong economic fundamentals and many reforms currently on track, analysts expect the country to continue its positive development.
One of the drivers is the so called Sagarmala project. With the development of
Integrated software solutions and digitalisation are the way forward for the shipping industry.
Through the collection and analysis of data generated and gathered from day-to-day operations, ship managers are able to take actions to enhance operational efficacy and efficiency and shipping companies
Many people in the maritime industry now believe it is about to undergo a technological change of such seismic proportions that it will alter the business dynamic forever.
The last couple of years have produced much debate about ‘intelligent ships’, ‘unmanned vessels’, ‘disruptive technology’ and the
Dive Marine Non-Destructive Testing (DMNDT), Bernhard Schulte’s newest acquisition, specialises in inspection, repair and maintenance (I.R.M) as well as training services for the oil & gas, marine, petrochemical and renewable energy sectors. Based in Singapore, DMNDT was formed in 2012 as part of
Eurasia Travel Network (ETN), the Schulte Group’s award-winning Marine and Corporate travel agency, is looking forward to further growth under the leadership of newly appointed Managing Director, Nikos Bolias, who is based in Cyprus.
Giles Heimann, BSM’s Fleet Personnel Director, and John Pritchett, BSM’s Corporate Training Manager, both recognise that seafarers are the single most important component of the service provided to customers by BSM, and the key to differentiating the Company from its competitors.