Stolt Tankers becomes an Associate Partner of the Global Maritime Forum

Stolt Tankers is pleased to announce that it has joined the Global Maritime Forum as an Associate Partner. Our sea personnel team will be contributing towards the forum’s Human Sustainability initiative aimed at promoting a safe, diversified, and attractive career path for seafarers.  

Igor Segeda, Crewing Director, said: “With more than 4,000 highly skilled seafarers keeping our global fleet moving, we are well placed to support the Global Maritime Forum’s ambitions for improving career paths for seafarers. Our own tailored training programme begins on a seafarer’s very first day and continues throughout their time with us. We believe this focus on life-long learning is central to our people having a long and rewarding career with us.  

“We are looking forward to learning from other industry leaders while also sharing our own unique experience and knowledge gained from safely transporting bulk liquids for more than 60 years.” 

The Global Maritime Forum was established in 2017 with the objective of bringing leaders from all parts of the maritime value chain together with policy makers, NGOs, experts and other influential decision makers and opinion leaders from all over the world to discuss common challenges and work together to develop new solutions and recommendations. 

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