Shipping Corp appoints New Director of Bulk Carriers, Tankers

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Capt. Sunil Thapar has been appointed as Director of Bulk Carriers and Tankers as of January 2011. He is a holder of Master (Foreign Going) Certificate of Competency issued by Ministry of Shipping and MSc (Shipping Management) from the World Maritime University, Malmo Sweden. He is a life member of the Company of Master Mariners of India.
(Source: http://www.indiainfoline.com)

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