“We are the largest ships manager in the world by number of ships and the second largest in the world by number of seafarers and our existing pool of Indian seafarers is approximately 21000. By the end of the current financial year we aim to add at least another 1000 Indian seafarers in our existing pool through our Indian operations,” said Maneesh Pradhan, Managing Director of Anglo-Eastern Ship Management India. Anglo-Eastern Ship Management India offices are located in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Kochi, Lucknow and Chandigarh.
Pradhan added that all Indian students undertaking maritime pre-training courses at India’s leading maritime training institution, Anglo-Eastern Maritime Academy, owned by Anglo-Eastern Group, will be hired by Anglo Eastern Ship Management India. “It helps us maintain 100% of our academy’s student placement records and consistently increases the global proportion of Indian seafarers without exception,” said Pradhan.
Founded in 1974, Anglo-Eastern is a leading global provider of ship management services. It is one of the largest employers of Indian seafarers and operates globally, with headquarters in Hong Kong and over 25 office locations in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas.
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