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Sim Centers Prep Grads for High Paying Careers

Burke-class guided missile destroyers, fast rescue boats and high-speed passenger ferries.They also can experience the world without leaving Texas, as they explore each of 42 ports that include: Hong Kong, New Orleans, Houston/Galveston, Corpus Christi, San Francisco, Sydney and the Straights of Gibraltar.Maritime Academy students (who also are members of Texas A&M’s Corp of Cadets) must put in 225 hours of simulation before graduation, much of which is in the bridge simulator. And once they graduate, Maritime Academy students are ready for jobs on the high seas

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Gibdock Secures New ISO Certification

Gibdock has underlined its commitment to Occupational Health & Safety by becoming the first shipyard in the Mediterranean region, and one of the first companies worldwide, to achieve ISO 45001:2018 certification.An audit by LRQA completed on July 6 confirmed that the Gibraltar shipyard is fully compliant with the requirements of the new ISO standard, which was only published in March this year. ISO 45001:2018 replaces the previous standard, OHSAS 18001. Organizations certified to OHSAS 18001 have three years to migrate to the new standard before the old one is withdrawn in March 2021, but Gibdock

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Glander International Bunkering Promotes Dubai Management

regionally and internationally, we require the correct leadership and expertise in place to help us navigate and continue to thrive in an ever-changing marketplace.”   Langthjem joined the company in 2014 as sales manager, previously working as trading manager for a bunker supplier in Gibraltar. He has 25 years’ experience in the shipping and bunkering industry, gaining experience from living and working in various locations in; Denmark, Piraeus, Gibraltar and the UAE.     Margaritis has been with the company for seven years, working in his role as team leader and senior

Peter Hall (Photo: IBIA)

IBIA’s Chief Executive Hall to Retire

Executive of the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) will retire after three years in the role.   The announcement follows Hall’s coordination of one of IBIA’s best annual conventions ever. More than 150 people from more than 20 countries attended the conference held in Gibraltar last week for the first bunker conference after the decision by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to introduce the global 0.50 percent marine fuel sulphur cap in 2020.     The conference explored the likely situation immediately post 2020, building on IBIA’s proposals

Nick Sloane and Joe Farrell (Photo: Resolve Marine Group)

Nick Sloane Joins Resolve Marine Group

Marine Group expands global response presence   Senior Salvage Master Nick Sloane has joined the senior management team at Resolve Marine Group., aiming to help guide the global growth of the marine services company.   The news comes just months after Resolve opened its operations in Gibraltar, expanding its emergency response capabilities to Europe, the Middle East and Africa.    “Nick is a force in the industry and now that Resolve has a worldwide footprint, he is a natural fit,” said Joe Farrell, President and CEO of Resolve Marine Group.   Sloane brings

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10,000 km Kayak Journey Ends in Istanbul

complete epic Mediterranean research expedition - Total Lubmarine sponsored 10,000km kayak journey which encompassed 14 months around the Mediterranean coast Two French students arrived yesterday (9th October) in Istanbul, finishing a 14 month epic 10,000km journey by sea kayak, having set off from Gibraltar in July 2013. Sponsored by leading marine lubricant supplier Total Lubmarine, the pair conducted important research into toxic algae and noise pollution in the Mediterranean. The journey, part of the Mare Nostrum Project, saw Louis Wilmotte and Douglas Couet paddle the whole length of Europe&rsquo

Morten Langthjem

Glander International Bunkering Hires Langthjem

Glander International Bunkering is pleased to announce that they have hired Morten Langthjem as their new Sales Manager. Morten will begin working in Glander International Bunkering’s Dubai office.   Morten has previously worked as a Trading Manager in Gibraltar and has more than 17 years experience in the bunkering industry. He has an in-depth knowledge of supplies in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, Africa and the Middle East as well as a large amount of experience in starting up new bunkering offices globally. At Glander International Bunkering, we are proud that we are

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