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Eurasia Travel Network continues to grow

Eurasia Travel Network continues to grow

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.
BSM grows in Latin America

BSM grows in Latin America

With a population of 120 million and covering almost two million square kilometres, Mexico is the most Spanish-speaking nation in the world and the 13th largest country by area.
The fundamental challenges of the new IMO Regulations

The fundamental challenges of the new IMO Regulations

The changes in international fuel regulation will pose a fundamental challenge to the shipping industry, says Angus Campbell, BSM’s Corporate Director - Energy Projects.
Crew supply and training: An industry challenge

Crew supply and training: An industry challenge

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.
Ship managers must find ways to future-proof crew skillsets

Ship managers must find ways to future-proof crew skillsets

BSM's Bob Maxwell talks with Fairplay on the approach to future-proof crew skillsets with the advancement of technology.
David Furnival discusses operating efficiency

David Furnival discusses operating efficiency

David Furnival, BSM’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), does not hesitate when asked the question: “What is the most important issue for Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement today?”
BSM China a global maritime power

BSM China a global maritime power

With more than 14,000 kilometers of coastline and around 2,000 ports, China is a maritime nation of vast proportions.
Supply revolution: Waiting but not wanting

Supply revolution: Waiting but not wanting

Mid-term supply solutions may bridge the gap while LNG infrastructure and gas-ready ship orders grow.
BSM Singapore continues to grow

BSM Singapore continues to grow

Being one of the first international shipmanagers to recognise the developing opportunities in the country and wider region, BSM established a base in Singapore in 2000 and is today a key player within the Southeast Asian ship management industry.
BSM calls time on manned ships

BSM calls time on manned ships

Bob Maxwell discusses the on rush to digitalisation while looking to move into offshore production and storage.
Benefits of consolidation questioned

Benefits of consolidation questioned

Unlike many of his peers at the helm of enormously large shipmanagers Captain Norbert Aschmann questions just how much savings can be made from ongoing consolidation seen within the sector.
Shipmanagers plan ahead

Shipmanagers plan ahead

Despite difficult market conditions Singapore-based shipmanagers are preparing for future opportunities while meeting clients’ demands for greater efficiency.
Maintaining a happy crew

Maintaining a happy crew

The old mariners’ saying: “a well-fed crew is a happy crew” is especially true for Tapan Kumar, General Manager of Seachef, BSM’s hospitality services business.
Management can overcome problems

Management can overcome problems

The judicious application of management can offset many of the effects of an adverse market, says Theophanis Theophanous, ManagingDirector of BSM Greece.
LNG - an environmentally and economically viable marine fuel

LNG - an environmentally and economically viable marine fuel

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will be a game changer in shipping - this was the main theme of a presentation given by Angus Campbell, BSM’s Corporate Director for Energy Projects, at the Gas Asia Summit recently held in Singapore.