News • Apr 24, 2017 07:49 BST
Following the acquisition of Bibby Ship Management in 2016, we started to look for new premises for our offshore ship management operations based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
News • Mar 16, 2017 19:47 GMT
Members of the local shipping community in Rio de Janeiro gathered last night at the annual V.Ships event at the Copacabana Palace Hotel to celebrate and recognise the importance of partnerships in the industry.
News • Sep 22, 2016 10:26 BST
Lee is our Cadet Training Officer based on the Isle of Man. He grew up in South Africa and as a former seafarer who came ashore in June 2014 we caught up with him to find out more about what he does, how he got to where he is today and who 'stole' his nose when he was six years old.
News • Aug 09, 2016 08:23 BST
V.Group's very own ironman - Radoslaw Walczak has just successfully completed the Gdynia Half-Ironman competition despite the challenges of being at sea and recovering from bronchitis. We catch up with him to understand his motivation and to find out how he trains for gruelling events like this at sea.
News • Jun 09, 2016 12:18 BST
Defining and assuring competence in marine operations was the topic of a presentation, by V.Ships Compliance Director, Mike Bradshaw to delegates at the Nautical Institute AGM event in Aberdeen.
News • May 24, 2016 07:00 BST
Captain Rod Rix and Captain Mikhail Medvedev have been recognised by Shell for improving performance in HSSE risk areas on the anchor handlers chartered in support of their Stones field development in the Gulf of Mexico.
News • May 17, 2016 14:13 BST
Chelsie Miles has just celebrated her first anniversary as Offshore Administrator based in our Aberdeen office in the UK. We caught up with her to find out how she was enjoying it so far.
News • May 12, 2016 17:16 BST
Dr Surender Kumar, principal of our maritime training centre in Mumbai recently defended his thesis on 'The effectiveness of seafarer’s training using maritime simulators', highlighting the importance of training to the offshore sector.
News • Apr 26, 2016 17:03 BST
A presentation by three maritime Business and Management second year students from Liverpool John Moores University to employees signals a bright future for the ship management industry.