Intermanager Welcomes Bibby Shipmanagement

press release
Friday, September 23, 2011
Alastair Evitt, InterManager President

InterManager, the international trade association for the ship management industry, is delighted to welcome Bibby Ship Management Ltd to its membership.

 

Located in Liverpool, Bibby Ship Management Ltd provides a quality assured comprehensive technical management service to the international marine industry. The firm's parent company, Bibby Line Group Limited, has been established for 200 years and appreciates investment in long-term results and commitment to core values - aims which chime well with InterManager's aims and objectives. Between them InterManager's members are involved in the management of more than 4,370 ships and almost 250,000 crew members.

 

Alastair Evitt, InterManager President, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bibby Shipmanagement to InterManager's growing membership. Our members are actively involved in achieving global standards across the industry. Working together and sharing best practice is a hallmark of InterManager membership and we look forward to involving Bibby in our discussions and activities." Martin Kent, Managing Director of Bibby Ship Management's Liverpool and Singapore offices, commented: "Over the past fourteen years Bibby Ship Management has expanded its operations globally within the various disciplines that encompass ship management so it was natural for us to consider joining InterManager. We are pleased to have been given this opportunity and look forward to  being an active member within the association."
 

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