Being a one stop provider of crew management services,the following activities
form an integral part of our services.
- Recruitment and selection
- Documentation and pre-joining briefing
- Crew travel arrangement
- Onboard coordination for all crew movement
- Effective crew planning
- Computerized crew administration program
- Client service level
- P & I coordination and claims handling
and special training
- Officer's seminars
- Cadet arrangements
Accounting & Portage bill
- Annual payroll Budgets.
The key to attracting and retaining a motivated crew
is our unique career building program which is linked to training in addition
to regular performance appraisals, we discuss and plan their advancements and
carrier path. With their goals and rewards clearly defined, our crew knows their
future is in safe hands at TASM.
Our maintenance work is a continuous and
well planned activity carried out by the crew during sailing . The planning is
done by the Superintendent and the vessel's senior officers. It is followed up
in weekly, monthly and quarterly meeting on board, and our superintendent follows
up with random inspections at least twice a year. So there is less work to be
carried out during dry docking.
Few factors have affected shipping so negatively
as the shortage and lack of experienced seafarers. Our ongoing ship cadet program
is looking to offer our clients a continues supply of competent seafarers. Cadet
activity in both vessel maintenance and daily work routines onboard increases
operational efficiency and thereby financial saving for owners. This is loyalty
in every respect which directly benefit our client.
Training is the need of the industry as per the need Transatlantic Shipmanagement
Ltd. has taken the initiative by having establish an unique training facilities
which is open to maritime fraternity internationally.
The International Institute
of Maritime Studies was established to train seafarers with thorough knowledge
in theoretical as well as operational practice
Visit International Institute
of Maritime studies at web site: www.ii-ms.com