On September 20, the inauguration ceremony of the new BSM Singapore offices, located in the Republic’s Central Business District, took place with more than 200 senior representatives from the global shipping community present. The new premises now houses Bernhard Schulte (BS), the Group’s ship owning
SAFETY4SEA talks with Theophanis Theophanous, Managing Director of BSM Greece, about the mandatory implementation of the ISM code and the advantageous impact on maritime safety and polution prevention.
BSM has set up a new business unit to focus on the oil and gas and offshore energy renewable markets. The dedicated expert team, will support owners and operators globally by providing integrated third-party ship management services specifically to the offshore market.
As head of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement since the start of this year, Ian Beveridge has been keen to strike a balance between specialisation and differentiating BSM in terms of its technical capabilities and on the other hand the need for volume in the shipmanagement business.
Theophanis Theophanous, Managing Director of BSM Greece, shares with Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide TV the advances that BSM has made in the Greek market with a safety-first and zero losses approach which supports the management of various vessels types, including LNG and dry-bulk carriers.
BSM has boosted its senior management team with the appointment of two new Managing Directors. Nick Topham will head BSM Germany based in Hamburg and Raymond Peter will be his BSM Singapore counterpart.
The Chairman of the Schulte Group, Dr. Heinrich Schulte, underlined his long-term commitment to the Cypriot shipping industry when he met with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, H.E. Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, at the Presidential Palace in Nicosia, on June 11 th, 2018.