BSM celebrated the 40th anniversary of its CSC in the Philippines at an appreciation dinner event held at Sofitel Plaza Manila, to thank its seafarers and shore staff for their contributions over the past 40 years.
BSM is proud to present Kristina Rittgerodt, Customer Relations Manager, BSM Germany. An interview for BSM Highlights and our 'Women in Shipping' segment where high-achieving female leaders share their experience, knowledge and journeys in the shipping industry.
Shipping International Monthly Review talks with Theophanis Theophanous, Managing Director of BSM Greece, about shipmanagement trends, their stability and sustainability growth in this year. Purpose-made funds are gradually assuming the functions of financing.
Raymond Peter, Managing Director of BSM Singapore, shares his knowledge on the importance of Singapore as a leading Maritime Centre. Interesting factors are raised which link to the management approach of this business unit and how Raymond foresees the future growth of BSM Singapore.
Babcock Schulte Energy, a 50:50 joint venture between Babcock and Bernhard Schulte, celebrated the completion of their ‘first of its kind’ and the world’s largest LNG bunker supply vessel, ‘M.V. Kairos’.
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
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.
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.
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.