RightShip Appoint Anuj Chopra V-P Americas

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Friday, October 04, 2013
Anuj Chopra: Photo credit RightShip

Global ship vetting specialists RightShip appoint Anuj Chopra to enhance customer relations, lead the vetting team and build on RightShip’s reputation and expertise in the region.

Anuj has over 30 years maritime experience both at sea and onshore, and joins RightShip from ship manager, Anglo-Eastern where he was President for the past six years. In this role, he had operational responsibility for all Anglo-Eastern managed vessels visiting US ports, managing risk evaluation, assessment and mitigation and liaising with customers, charterers, United States Coast Guard, P&I Club, flag and classification societies.

On making the appointment, Warwick Norman, RightShip’s CEO said:
“I am delighted to welcome Anuj to the RightShip team. His background in modern ship management will bring a valuable perspective to our business and his expertise in mitigating risk, fostering client relations and business development provides an excellent base for his new role.”

About RightShip

RightShip is a ship vetting agency, supporting 6000 users in over 210 organisations worldwide with expert vetting support and advice, vessel inspections and secure hosting of client systems. 
 
RightShip's comprehensive online vetting system (SVIS™) is accessed 24/7 through www.rightship.com and analyses over 50 risk factors, using up-to-the-minute data about 71,000 ships and thousands of maritime companies.
 

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