News from the member – CESG Limited will become Voyonic Crewing Limited.
On the 15th February 2007 a new company was incorporated in Guernsey the purpose of which was to deliver high quality employment solutions to the marine and other industry sectors. The company signed up their first client in April of that year rapidly followed by others – we still provide services to those early clients whom we have over the years developed close working and personal relationships with.
The stated aim of the company was the delivery of robust efficient employment solutions which were fully compliant with all appropriate tax and social security legislation and the operations were operated in accordance with the standards laid down in ISO9001.
Throughout the decade that followed the business continued to grow and continuously improve and because of its operating ethics continues to attract those discerning clients who are looking for a high quality robust service to support their own clients.
The company values its discretion and this is maintained by simply treating every client as the “only client”, confidentiality has been our watchword since day one – long before GDPR.
In 2015 there was a change of ownership of the business which also necessitated a change of name. For various reasons this change was carried out in a relatively short space of time and consequently the name given to the company was for practical rather than aesthetic reasons.
As we now reach the company’s 11th anniversary, the decision has been taken to address the name issue and so allow the company to develop strategically with a name chosen to show the company ambition and vision for the future.
Our new branding will be as VOYONIC and therefore with effect from the 21st of February CESG Limited will become Voyonic Crewing Limited.
The new brand name is designed to show our commitment to support our clients on their journey with the vibrancy that permeates throughout our organisation.
The logo that we have adopted is designed to show our commitment to the marine industry in particular and its shape is based upon a specific vessel hull form. The sharp eyed amongst you may notice that the globe built into the design contains a single red dot which signifies our head office in Guernsey.
We will be rolling out our new branding over the coming weeks and would certainly value any feedback that you might have on our new look.
28 Feb – 1 Mar 2018 (NGOs) – US – Tenth Meeting of the Ad Hoc Working Group of the Whole on the Regular Process – Vice President George Hoyt representing InterManager
London – administration works after holidays
Adopt a Ship – 3 new ships
12-16 March – IMO London SSE 5 session – Capt. Paddy McKnight representing InterManager
16th March Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea Conference (WASC) on 16 March 2018, London
Adopt a Ship
InterManager has joined the Cyprus Chamber of Shipping initiated campaign Adopt A Ship.
As of this week we have:
33 classes and 6 School Libraries in Poland, 2 Universities in Poland, 1 kindergarten in Poland; 3 orphanages in India – 35 ships
Anyone interested to learn more about Adopt A Ship project please get in touch with Capt. Kuba Szymanski email@example.com
Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea Conference (WASC) on 16 March 2018, London.
Following the success of the inaugural Wellness at Sea Conference in Singapore earlier this year, the 2018 agenda will address crew wellness and how this impacts on the health of the ship – and ultimately the health of the ship owner’s balance sheet.
A must-attend event for ship owners and all those concerned with the recruitment and retention of crews, WASC 2018 will:
- feature presentations from industry and academic experts
- explore all aspects of crew wellness
- highlight how ship operations impact on crew morale and retention (including digital communications, ship safety and cyber awareness).
- feature live polls, breakout discussions and a panel debate
- offer networking opportunities with other industry leaders
Speakers include: Paddy Rodgers (Euronav), Stuart Edmonston (UKP&I Club), Drew Brandy (Inmarsat) and Dr. Rafael Lefkowitz (Yale University)
Date: 16 March 2018
Timings: 9:00-17:30, followed by a drinks reception
Venue: 99 City Road Conference Centre, London
Cost: early bird £75 plus VAT to 31/12/17 (£99 plus VAT thereafter)
Delegate passes include: pre-conference pastries, coffee breaks, buffet lunch, drinks reception and canapés
For more on the conference and to book your place visit: www.sailorssocietywasc.org
ACI’s 20th Ballast Water Management Conference will be taking place in Vallejo, CA, USA on the 18th & 19th of April 2018. Please see the agenda hyperlinked here >> here-AGENDA
Below the standard MP agreement we would like to secure, the partnership that we generally have is a no cost, equal exposure opportunity. We would be willing to:
- Give conference discounted rates to your members/subscribers
- Hand out literature (magazines, journals, flyers, etc.) regarding your organisation at the conference
- Put your logo on our website with a direct link to you site
- Put your logo on the conference documentation (conference books, priority invitations, adverts, flyers, e-flyers, brochure that we send out to thousands of pre-qualified executives in our target audience)
All we ask in return is, please let us know which items are doable at your end:
- A calendar mention on your website + banner
- A newsletter listing
- An email broadcast to your database with conference information and details on the discount they are entitled
- Anything else you feel your organisation feel it can reasonably do to promote our conference as advert on magazine, list of people to invite on your behalf…
Already Confirmed Speakers Include:
- California State Lands Commission – Jonathan Thomson, Senior Environmental Scientist
- California State Lands Commission – Nicole Dobroski, Assistant Chief of the Marine Environmental Protection Division
- Crowley – J.K. Roy Choudhury – Director, Strategic Engineering
- DNV GL – Martin Olofsson – Senior Principal Engineer, Environmental Proteciotn
- FedNav Limited – Jereme Daoust – Manager, Owned Fleet
- Golden Bear Research Center – Christopher Brown, Scientific Program Manager
- Green Marine – Eleanor Kirtley – West Coast Program Manager
- INTERTANKO – Joseph J. Angelo, Deputy Managing Director
- Lake Carriers Association – Tom Rayburn, Director of Environmental and Regulatory Affairs
- Lake Superior Research Institute – Allegra Cangelosi, Senior Scientist Policy Analyst
- Lloyd’s Register Marine and Offshore – Ginger Carter, Americas Environmental & Sustainability Director
- Matson Navigation Company – Lisa Swanson, Director, Environmental Affairs
- Moss Landing Marine Laboratories – Nick Welschmeyer, Faculty Member
- Mouawad Consulting – Jad Mouawad, Owner
- NAMEPA – Carleen Lyden-Kluss, Co-Founder/Executive Director, IMO Ambassador
If you are interested please contact Rafael Krupa firstname.lastname@example.org
16th -17th May in Antwerp, Belgium.
The European Environmental Ports Conference 2018. The event will bring together senior representatives from the global port community and shipping companies, as well as environmental policy-makers, academic experts, consultants, and technology providers.
The two-day event features informative presentations on the very latest challenges, solutions and developments in reducing emissions, pollution and energy consumption, as well as engaging discussion around the exciting potential of co-operation and symbiosis.
InterManager members are entitled to a 15% discount on registration. To claim contact Cheryl Williams on + 44 (0)203 141 0623 / email@example.com and quote MEPe2MKT
23-24 May Hamburg – Crew Connect Hamburg.
Full Members please get in touch for VIP pass
Capt. Kuba Szymanski
Mob: +44 7624 498 266