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BSM Hong Kong

Established in 1981, BSM Hong Kong was one of the first Ship Management Centres to offer customers both crew and technical management services, and has grown significantly over the years in terms of employees, capability and services.

As a key global maritime hub, Hong Kong is ideally positioned to capitalise on business opportunities arising in Greater China.

BSM Hong Kong has been instrumental in shaping major industry trends, including the Shipping KPI Project and benchmarking studies undertaken to analyse seafarers’ wages.

BSM Hong Kong was the first company within the shipping industry to be awarded with the Hong Kong Management Association Award in 2003.

The Ship Management Centre is a member of the Shipowners Association Ltd, General Chamber of Commerce, and the Shipping and Transport Committee.

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Hong Kong) Ltd Partnership

2602, K Wah Centre
191 Java Road
North Point
Hong Kong

Phone: +852-2561-8838
Fax: +852-2561-8803

Contact Person

Firoze Mirza

Firoze Mirza

Managing Director (BSM Hong Kong)
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (Hong Kong) Ltd Partnership

Firoze Mirza

Managing Director (BSM Hong Kong)

Capt. Firoze Mirza took charge as the Managing Director of BSM Hong Kong in 2010. Leading the BSM Hong Kong full managed fleet from ten vessels since early 2011 to 50 vessels in less than five years, Firoze is vastly experienced in the management of dry and wet vessels as well as has good knowledge of Maritime Law. Trained as a Master Mariner and with a postgraduate qualification in Maritime Law, Firoze has been associated with the shipping industry for over 30 years. Starting his career as a seafarer, he served at sea for 15 years, four of which were as Master. Subsequently, he took on various roles ashore, based in Hong Kong where he has been living since 15 years. Firoze is a member of the Shipping and Transport Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.

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