Captain Ranganathan Narasimhan The first sea farer sign off at Haldia Port after the lock down was Apeejay Shipping’s 3rd engineer onboard our vessel APJ Shirin. The movement happened within 3 and half hours of the SOP being approved by Port Authorities because our Apeejay Shipping team has, ever since the lockdown, waiting eagerly for ways to ensure that the staff on board our fleet … Continue reading Crew Changes in Apeejay Shipping in times of COVID19
I am here on APJ Kabir Anand developing work that solidifies Apeejay Shipping’s ‘Unite for Wild Life’ sustainability goal. As I look back on my tenure at the Group’s shared services company, I cannot but marvel at how Apeejay has made my dream come true of going on board a ship and making me realize how it feels to be on such a vessel. Continue reading Going to work on Apeejay Shipping’s fleet at a port – perks of being a communications professional at Apeejay Surrendra Group!
By Shivmala Dey In 1991 with a graduate degree in Philosophy, I joined as an Office Assistant in Apeejay Shipping and today I am in a technical managerial role! A woman in this role is non existent in the shipping industry. My growth from an office assistant to technical manager and the journey that has brought me here both are completely unique. Apeejay Shipping was my … Continue reading From an Office Assistant to Manager – Technical! My career so far at Apeejay Shipping Limited
By Captain Ranganathan Narasimhan The Welsh poet George Herbert had once said, “He that will learne to pray, let him goe to Sea”, implying how the ship and its crew are always at the mercy of the sea and its weather. APJ Uma Kismat, acquired in Hong Kong earlier this month, sent me into a flashback of my adventures as a part of the crew … Continue reading Driven by Quest for Knowledge and Sense of Enterprise: Adventures of Apeejay Shipping’s Captain as a Sea Farer
By Prakhyati Raut I have sailed as a Trainee Marine Engineer on an Indian Bulk Carrier, as a Junior Engineer on a Korean Car Carrier and as a 4th Engineer on a Chinese Chemical Tanker before joining Apeejay Shipping. I sailed on Sher-e-Punjab ; Glovis Companion ; New Dawn for 8 ½ , 6 and 7 ½ months respectively as the only woman in the all male … Continue reading Apeejay Shipping’s First Woman Mariner’s Journey in a Male Bastion
By Projit Basu My connection with animals started when I was born. Both my grandmother and father were hospitalised at the time of my birth and my mother had to balance her time among the three of us. I was basically baby-sitted and taken care of by her pet, our little Pomeranian. She used to stay with me 24×7, keeping me in her protective custody. … Continue reading An Apeejay Shipping executive whose day job is safety of ships and night job is safety of abandoned animals
Apeejay Surrendra Group remembers “Queen of Bay of Bengal” – MV APJ Akhil Continue reading Remembering the Queen of Bay of Bengal, Akhil of Apeejay Shipping