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Filipino Association for Mariners' Employment (FAME) Inc. (ID: 5706)
rtierra President Arpaphil Shipping Corp. Ground Floor, Dynavision Building, 108 Rada St., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 813-8870 / 71 / /813-8978/813-8898 Fax No. : 817-3532 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Natividad A. Papas Director / Manager Asia Bulk Transport Phils., Inc. Unit 1005, 10th Floor, Paragon Plaza cor. EDSA and Reliance Sts., Mandaluyong City Tel. No. : 636-8101 to 05 / 635-9678 / 637-8331 to 35 / 39 Fax No. : 637-8330 / 637-8338 / 637-8340 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Ernesto T. Tuvida Executive Vice-President Avantgarde Shipping Corp. #2593 A. Bonifacio St., Bangkal, Makati City Tel. No. : 889-3665 / 889-3565 / 889-3582 / 889 - 2589 / 889-3644 Fax No. : 889-3657 / 844-3465 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : http://www.avantgarde.com.ph Ms. Dora G. Pascual President / CEO Bahia Shipping Services, Inc. 5th Floor, Ma. Daniel Building, 470 San Andres cor. M.H. Del Pilar Sts., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 521-7456 / 526-0691 / 521-8911 Fax No. : 521-7538 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Cynthia C. Mendoza President / General Manager Barko International, Inc. 3rd Floor, Barko Building, 1014 P. Ocampo Sr. (Formerly Vito Cruz) cor. Arellano St., Malate Manila Tel. No. : 523-8503 to 04 / 525-0310 to 13 Fax No. : 524-7354 / 525-0336 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Teodoro B. Quijano President Bibby Int'l. Services Philippines, Inc. Ground Floor RIMA Building, 161 Pasig Boulevard, Pasig City Tel. No. : 671-5591 to 93 Fax No. : 672-0380 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Jonathan M. Palma President / CEO Blue Manila, Inc. 424 EBC Building, Phase II, Ortigas Avenue, Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 722-0351 to 52 / 722-0491 Fax No. : 722-0334 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Jose M. Mangabat President Bright Maritime Corporation 3rd Floor Emerald Bldg., 24 Emerald Ave., Ortigas, Pasig City Tel. No. : 687-2577 to 81 Fax No. : 687-2582 / 687-2583 / 687-2796 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Desiree P. Tenoro President BW Shipping Philippines, Inc. 5th Floor, Urban Building, 405 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City Tel. No. : 895-2469 / 70 / 890-9481 Fax No. : 895-9870 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : C/E Rolando C. Adorable President / General Manager C.F. Sharp Crew Mgt., Inc. Casa Rocha Building, 290 Gen. Luna St., Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 527-9035 Fax No. : 527-5459 / 527-5462 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Miguel A.V. Rocha Vice-President for Business Development Career Philippines Ship Management, Inc. 2nd Floor, 1526 P. Santos St., Bangkal, Makati City Tel. No. : 889-2020 / 804-0777 Fax No. : 831-6413 / 889-2557 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. M.S.K. Oggel Chairman Cargo Safeway, Inc. Seaborne Building, 4203 R. Magsaysay Boulevard cor. Sociego Street, Sta. Mesa, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 716-5537 / 714-7337 Fax No. : 716-0766 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Reynaldo D. Casareo President / General Manager Centennial Transmarine, Inc. 2B, 2nd Floor, Ma. Daniel Bldg., 470 San Andres St. cor. M.H. Del Pilar, Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 525-2360 / 525-2382 / 523-4739 Fax No. : 523-4740 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Eduardo R. Jabla President CMS Crew Management Services, Inc. Unit 7-C Trafalgar Plaza, H.V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 811-8396 / 814-0016 / 814-0019 Fax No. : 814-0017 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Vicente F. Aldanese, Jr. President Crew Care, Inc. 7/F, GLC Bldg., T. M. Kalaw cor. Mabini St., Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 521-6398/521-5774 Fax No. : 521-4113 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Gloria N. Almodiel President Crystal Shipping, Inc. 3rd Floor, Shipping Center Bldg., 707 A. Soriano, Jr. Ave., Intramuros, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 527-7009 / 13 / 527-0879 Fax No. : 527-7012 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Emily A. Crisostomo President / CEO CSC Manila, Inc. Unit D-F CRI Building, 655 Pres. E. Quirino Ave., Malate, Manila 1004 Tel. No. : 524-7096 to 97 Fax No. : 524-6467 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : http://www.cscmanila.com Atty. Erwin F. Pobre Chairman & Treasurer Dohle-Philman Marine Agency, Inc. N&M Bldg., 1184 Chino Roces Avenue, San Antonio Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 899-9881 to 88 Fax No. : 890-7666/ 895-2796 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Manolo T. Gacutan President Dolphin Ship Management, Inc. G/F, Harbor Center Building I, A.C. Delgado cor. 23rd & 24th Streets, Port Area, Manila Tel. No. : 527-7316 / 536-0344 Fax No. : 527-5777 / 527-5778 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : http://www.dolship.com Ms. Josephine J. Francisco President Elburg Shipmanagement Phils., Inc. 6/F, Don Jacinto Bldg., 141 Salcedo St., cor. Dela Rosa St., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 817-0971 to 75 / 840-3281 Fax No. : 894-2802 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Danilo Filler Venida President/General Manager Epic Maritime Personnel, Inc. 16F Ramon Magsaysay Center, 1680 Roxas Blvd., Metro Manila 1000 Tel. No. : 405-3016/17/18/405-3012/22/5272417 Fax No. : 405-3015/527-2425 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Hernando Eusebio President/General Manager Eurasian Maritime Corp. 12th Floor, Victoria Building, 429 U.N. Avenue, Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 525-9424 to 27 / 525-5569 to 72 Fax No. : 526-8136 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : http://www.eurasiangroup.com Capt. Lou A. Atienza, M.M. President / CEO Euro-Asiatic Shipping Inc. 12th Floor, Victoria Bldg., 429 U. N. Avenue, Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 525-5876/78; 525-5569/72 Fax No. : 526-8061 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Lou A. Atienza. M. M. President/CEO Fair Shipping Corporation FAIR Building 3 and 4 Flr., 2079 Madre Ignacia Street., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 526-0636 Fax No. : 338-0829 / 521-9929 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : C/E Angel C. Cachapero President Fil-Pride Shipping Co., Inc. Suite 204, J&T Building, 3894 Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, Sta. Mesa, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 716-0176 / 713-6149 / 716-0825 / 714-0171 Fax No. : 713-6125 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Nicolas T. Dollolasa Managing Director Fil-Star Maritime Corporation Rm. 1000, 10/F, Victoria Building, 429 U.N. Avenue, Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 523-5659 Fax No. : 526-7288 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Victorio S. Milallos General Manager Globe Master Marine Agency, Inc. 22B Chatman House, 116 Valero cor. Rufino Sts., Salcedo Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 886-6717 / 886-6719 / 886-6720 Fax No. : 886-7724 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Frank Hagelstein Director Great Southern Maritime Services Corporation Intersekt Bldg., #5779 Zobel Roxas Ave., Palanan, Makati City Tel. No. : 832-9662 / 832-9623 / 832-9771 to 72 Fax No. : 832-9625 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : http://www.gsmsc.com Engr. Sammuel T. Lim President / General Manager Hanseatic Shipping Phils., Inc. 1175 U.N. Avenue cor. Corea St., Paco, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 523-8169 to 70 Fax No. : 524-6254 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mrs. Rosalinda P. Baumann Chairperson / President Hoegh Fleet Services Philippines, Inc. 4677 Hoegh Building, Arellano St., Palanan, Makati City Tel. No. : 551-8592 / 833-0938 (DL) Fax No. : 551-8730 / 551-8698 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Delfin T. Lopez President / General Manager INC Shipmanagement, Inc. Unit 1701, 17/F Raffles Corporate Center, Emerald Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig Tel. No. : 915-1348 to 53 Fax No. : 915-1347 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Roberto F. Bautista General Manager Intercrew Philippines Agency, Inc. Rm. 301 VIP Bldg., Roxas Boulevard, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 521-7536 to 37 / 526-0910 Fax No. : 523-0092 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Felix O. Panganiban General Manager Intermodal Shipping, Inc. Ground Floor, Casa Maritama, 651 General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 527-3645 / 527-3643 (DL) / 527-7621 to 27 (TL) Fax No. : 527-3634 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Vicente J. Brilliantes President Island Overseas Transport Corporation Eastgate Centre, 169 EDSA, Mandaluyong City Tel. No. : 533-6101 to 12 Fax No. : 532-5685 / 531-7124 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Eduardo A. Castro Recruitment & Training Manager Jebsens Maritime, Inc. 2nd Floor, Harbour Center II, Railroad & Chicago Sts., Port Area, Manila Tel. No. : 527-9980 to 88 Fax No. : 527-9990 / 527-9712 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Arleen V. Asuncion Vice President KGJS Fleet Management Manila, Inc. 6th Floor Rufino Plaza, 6784 Ayala Avenue cor. Herrera Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City 1200 Tel. No. : 751-8860 Fax No. : 813-3214 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Guy Domino Macapayag President Klaveness Maritime Agency, Inc. 6th Floor, VNP Building, 479 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 523-6893 DL / 523-6883 TL Fax No. : 325-0422 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Victor S. Del Prado President / General Manager Leonis Navigation Co., Inc. 2nd Floor, Leonis Building, 915 Pres. Quirino Avenue cor. Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 523-8646 to 50 Fax No. : 521-5177 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Felix C. Andrada President Maersk-Filipinas Crewing, Inc. 51/F PBCOM Tower, 6795 Ayala Ave. cor. Herrera St., 1226 Makati City Tel. No. : 841-9000 Fax No. : 815-6457 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Jerome P. Delos Angeles President Magsaysay Maritime Corp. 7th Floor, Magsaysay Building, 520 T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 521-0636 / 526-8888 Fax No. : 522-2568 / 521-4854 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Marlon R. Ro o Senior Vice President / Chief Operating Officer Magsaysay-Mitsuo O.S.K. Marine, Inc. 3rd Floor, Magsaysay Building, 520 T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 526-9671 / 536-8689 / 524-8132 Fax No. : 521-1412 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Conrado N. Dela Cruz President Maine Marine Phils., Inc. 7/F Ramon Magsaysay Center, 1680 Roxas Boulevard, Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 524-4973 / 536-8454 to 55 Fax No. : 536-8455 / 338-2719 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Ma. Corazon T. Guese Manager Matagumpay Maritime, Inc. 2/F, Room 217, Manufacturers Building, Plaza Sta. Cruz, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 733-7670 / 733-7302 / 733-7651 / 733-7665 Fax No. : 733-7657 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Noimi L. Zabala Chairman / Managing Director Maunlad Trans, Inc. 2nd Floor, RTJ Building, 3681 Bautista Street, Palanan, Makati City Tel. No. : 551-9426 / 551-8478 / 551-8935 Fax No. : 551-8470 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Ronaldo A. Manaligod Crewing Manager Meco Manning and Crewing Service, Inc. Suite 310 and 311 Vareb Mansion, 1679 A. Mabini St., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 525-5757 / 526-7855 / 526-7892 / 69 Fax No. : 526-4021 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Igmedo G. Sorrera President Med-Line Philippines, Inc. Room 307, Raman Condominium, 1130 Pasong Tamo, Makati City Tel. No. : 899-5549 / 895-1242 Fax No. : 899-5546 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Angel J. Ose a President / General Manager Metro Overseas Shipping Agency, Inc. 2/F Recio Building, 231 Ermin Garcia St., Cubao, Quezon City Tel. No. : 912-5054 / 912-5026 Fax No. : 912-5037 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Col. Juanito C. Recio (Ret) Board Chairman / Managing Director Michaelmar Phils., Inc. Suite 1201-A Ermita Center Bldg., 1350 Roxas Boulevard, Manila Tel. No. : 536-3708 / 536-9430 / 536-3706 Fax No. : 522-0194 E-mail : Web Add : firstname.lastname@example.org Ma. Mercedes M. Ravanopoulos President MMSPHIL Maritime Services, Inc. Ruby Ann Bldg., 911 San Andres cor. Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 526-7456 to 59 / 526-7476 Fax No. : 526-9140 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : http://mmsphil.com.ph Mr. Alfredo T. Mendoza President Monsoon Maritime Services Phils., Inc. Unit 103, G/F Marbella Manila, Roxas Boulevard, Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 525-3051 / 522-4980 Fax No. : 525-4852 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : http://monsoonmaritime.com C/E Diosdado G. Ramos President / General Manager MRM Philippines, Inc. G/F, Macrima Bldg., EDSA cor. Escueta St., Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City Tel. No. : 882-1480/81 Fax No. : 881-9269 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Miguel L. Rivera Managing Director Multinational Maritime, Inc G/F Unit 102, Marbella II Bldg., 2071 Roxas Blvd., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 536-7725/536-7755 Fax No. : 536-7700 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Banny B. Briones President/General Manager NAESS Shipping Phils., Inc Naess Houe 2215 L. Guinto Rd., Malate, Manila Tel. No. : 524-2710/523-9974/523-9978/524-2710 Fax No. : 521-0594/522-1389 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Pedro Miguel F. Oca President & Chief Exec. Officer Netship Management Phils., Inc. 2nd F Mervin Bldg., 1406 V. Cruz Ext. cor. Balagtas St., La Paz, Makati City Tel. No. : 896-8813/890-6115/897-1700/897-1859/890-8338 Fax No. : 895-783 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Luiz Y. Tapia EVP/Crewing Manager New-Filipino Maritime Agencies, Inc 2F Kalayaan Bldg., cor. Salcedo & Dela Rosa Sts., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 867-3032/58/59/61/62/63/66/68867-3608/867-3610 Fax No. : 867-3662/867-3663 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Olimpio J. Ampo, Jr. Port Captain North Sea Marine Services Corp. 1535 M. Adriatico St., Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 525-4223 Fax No. : 524-6073/524-6093/524-6091 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Rosalina B. Cerdina President/General Manager NYK-FIL Ship Management, Inc. cor. Gen. Luna & Sta. Potenciana Sts., Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 527-8461 to 72/ 527-8176 to 80 Fax No. : 527-9551/527-2264 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Josephine Francisco President Ocean Prosperity Manning & Management Corp. Suite 2 & 3, 4F Legaspi Towers 300, Roxas Blvd., Manila Tel. No. : 521-2236 / 524-1555 Fax No. : 524-1555 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Zaldy A. Villaflor President OFSI Services, Inc. 2F, OFSI Bldg., 555 Cabildo cor. Urdaneta St. Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 301-0180/ 527-2188 Fax No. : 301-0181 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Rogelio L. Segismundo President OSG Ship Management Manila, Inc. Suite 1208 Ermita Center Bldg., 1350 Roxas Blvd., Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 523-5560/536-3496/536-0476 Fax No. : 525-9839 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Katherine S. Pelgone General Manager OSM Maritime Services, Inc. VNP Bldg., 479 Pedro Gil St., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 523-8871/ 75/ 523-8781/ 83 to 86 Fax No. : 302-1132/ 523-8785 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Commo. Adonis B. Donato President/General Manager Pacific Asia Overseas Shipping Corporation 2F PAMCOR Bldg., PASCOR Drive Sto. Ni o. Para aque, Metro Manila Tel. No. : 852-3068/ 832-1926 to 28 Fax No. : 852-6714 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Atty. Rogelio A. Dio President Pacific Ocean Manning, Inc. 1535 M. Adriatico St., Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 521-3521 to 23/ 524-6188/ 524-6142/ 524-6091 Fax No. : 523-1896 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Amador P. Servillon President/General Manager Pacific Seamen Services, Inc. Lot 2 & 3 Blk. 14, Unit 33 & 34, Columbia Tower Ortigas Ave., Wackwack Greenhills East, Mandaluyong City Tel. No. : 726-1436/ 726-3532/ 744-4542/ 744-4544/726-1431 Fax No. : 744-4549/ 726-1431/ 726-3351 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : http://www.pacificseamen.com Capt. Exequiel R. Francisco President Phil. Transmarine Carriers, Inc First Maritime Place 7458-7460 Bagtikan St., San Antonio Vill., Makati City Tel. No. : 898-1111/45/47 Fax No. : 898-1107/ 898-1165 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Carla S. Limcaoco Senior Vice-President Philippine Hamonnia Ship Agency Inc. Germanavis Court, Evangelista cor. Gen. Tinio Sts., Bangkal, Makati City Tel. No. : 889-2711 Fax No. : 889-2707 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. James E. Nicoll Director Pinewood Marine (Phils.) Inc. Suite 301, Marbella Manila, 2071 Roxas Blvd., Malate Manila Tel. No. : 525-7785/ 525-7821/ 521-3436 Fax No. : 521-1358 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Manuel Felix President POBAR Marine Services, Inc. Rm. 501-502, 5F Ermita Center Bldg., 1350 Roxas Blvd., Ermita Manila Tel. No. : 521-4809/ 521-9371 Fax No. : 521-2607 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Carmen B. Rebusi President Prime Marine Services, Inc. 3F Prudential Bank Bldg., 1377 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 521-1736 Fax No. : 521-2095 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Bibiano O. Reynoso IV President/General Manager Prosperity Steamship Co. (Phils.), Inc. 5F Vernida IV Bldg., Alfaro St., Salcedo Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 812-4981/ 83/ 812-4985/ 813-1032 Fax No. : 815-8296 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Rene E. Avecilla Crewing Manager Reinier Pacific International Shipping, Inc. Unit 1201-1203, 12F Paragon Plaza Condominium, 172 EDSA cor. Reliance St., Mandaluyong City Tel. No. : 687-5224 Fax No. : 687-4575 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Amado L. Castro, Jr. President Sealanes Marine Services, Inc. 8F Pryce Center Condominium, 1179 Chino Roces Ave., cor. Bagtikan St., San Antonio Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 899-9955/ 899-1475/ 897-8347/ 890-0191 Fax No. : 899-9957/ 890-7870 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Rene E. Cristobal President Sekur Manning, Inc. 6F Pacific Star Bldg., Makati Ave., cor. Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City Tel. No. : 6700-7701 Fax No. : 6700-7704 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Juan S. Sayo General Manager Singa Ship Mgt. Phils., Inc. 3F FSE Bldg., Tel. No. : 834-1943/ 831-6759/ 831-2039/ 891-8615/16 Fax No. : 832-1636/ 551-6014 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr, Rene F. Aguirre President Skanfil Maritime Services, Inc. G/F, Royal Enterprise Building, 2227 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City Tel. No. : 819-1013 to 17/812-1319 to 22 Fax No. : 816-7494 / 817-1139 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : http://www.scanmarcrewing.com Capt. Hans J. Haase Chairman of the Board Skippers United Pacific, Inc. 2F Metrobank Bldg., 1149 A. Mabini cor. Flores St., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 521-8301 Fax No. : 524-4976 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Arsenia Villamor Fleet Manager Solar Manning Services Phils., Agency, Inc. 7F King's Court Bldg. 1, 2129 Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati City Tel. No. : 811-2060 to 63/ 811-2039 Fax No. : 812-9865 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Ms. Marilyn C. Yu President Southeast Asia Shipping Corp. 2F Room A-217 Sky Freight Bldg., Ninoy Aquino Ave., Para aque, MM Tel. No. : 854-5165/ 854-5271/ 854-5164 Fax No. : 854-5294 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Jose L. Palileo Asst. Vice President Southfield Agencies, Inc. 6F Suite 601, VIP Bldg., 1140 Roxas Blvd., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 526-5883 Fax No. : 524-3172/ 338-0593 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Reuben C. Romero Managing Director Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group, Inc. 2F, Don Chua Lamko Bldg., cor. Alfaro & HV Dela Costa Sts., Salcedo Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 815-9821 to 24 Fax No. : 815-8462/ 893-4586 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Bjarne Eide Owner's Representative Supply Oilfield & Marine Personnel Services, Inc. 19F, Pearl Bank Center, 146 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 817-8919 Fax No. : 840-0588 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Rodolfo A. Aspillaga General Manager Teekay Shipping Philippines, Inc. 6F Seaboard Center, Esteban cor. Dela Rosa Sts., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 813-2225 Fax No. : 813-2131/ 813-1991 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Mark Stephen Board Owner's Representative Trans-Global Maritime Agency, Inc. 3F Planters Products Bldg., 109 Estebn St., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 816-0434/ 815-2048/ 818-6965 Fax No. : 817-6509 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Michael J. Estaniel President Transorient Maritime Agencies, Inc. Transorient Maritime Bldg. II, 1438 F. Agoncillo St., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 521-9798/ 521-2859/ 521-2376/ 521-9778 Fax No. : 521-2877 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Gregorio M. Viterbo, Sr. President/General Manager TSM Shipping (Phils.), Inc. 1747 Dian St., Palanan, Makati City Tel. No. : 831-1868/ 551-2808 to 14 Fax No. : 551-1526/ 551-3148 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Capt. Alfonso R. Del Castillo President/General Manager UNISEA Philippines, Inc. 2F PHILCOX Bldg., 172 Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City Tel. No. : 894-0851 to 55 Fax No. : 893-4220 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. Michael B. Shuker Executive Director United Philippine Lines, Inc. Plaza Santiago Building, Sta. Clara St., Intramuros Manila Tel. No. : 527-9721 to 24/ 527-7491 to 94 Fax No. : 527-1603 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Fernando V. Lising President Univan Management Services Phils., Inc. Suite 308, 3F Ermita Center Bldg., 1350 Roxas Blvd., Ermita, Manila Tel. No. : 521-4143/521-4018/521-4387 Fax No. : 522-1425 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Mr. Ramon A. Diaz President Ventis Maritime Corp. "K" Line Bldg., 1631 San Marcelino St., Malate Manila Tel. No. : 523-8025 to 30/ 523-4887 / 525-4483 Fax No. : 525-2623/ 764-0217 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Mr. Ramon C. Garcia President Wallem Maritime Corp 2F, Wallem Phils. Bldg., cor. Beaterio & Legaspi Sts., Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 527-7991 to 97/ 527-5367 Fax No. : 338-4235/527-1795 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Capt. William "Bill" R. Medcalf Director FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Associate Members Search Name of Company Official Representative Del Rosario Pandiphil, Inc. 15/F, Pacific Star Building, Makati Avenue, cor. Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City Tel. No. : 810-1791 Fax No. : 817-1740/810-3632 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Atty. Ruben T. Del Rosario Managing Director Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Inc. Brgy. Ibabang Dupang, University Site, Lucena City Tel. No. : 042-710-2541 / 042-710-4237 Fax No. : 042-373-6065 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : Ms. Nelia E. Leveriza Acting President Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) Kamaya Point, Barangay Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan Tel. No. : 0917-5338263 / (02) 535-4842 (Manila) Fax No. : (02) 532-7990 E-mail : email@example.com Web Add : Vadm. Eduardo Ma. R. Santos President Midway Maritime Foundation 0162 Maharlika Highway, Bitas, Cabanatuan City Tel. No. : (044) 463-7020/21 Fax No. : (044) 463-5092/93 E-mail : MIDWAY_1993@digitelone.com Web Add : Capt. Sabino M. Manglicmot President Pandiman Philippines, Inc. PVB Building, General Luna St., Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. : 527-7831 to 40 Fax No. : 527-2167 / 527-2171 E-mail : pandiman@I-next.net Web Add : Capt. Andrew J. Malpass President & General Manager Spectral Technologies, Inc. 4/F, Marioco Building, 1945 M. Adriatico St., Malate Manila Tel. No. : 524-0493 / 524-0455 / 524-2712 Fax No. : 521-6779 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Add : http://www.spectralasia.com Mr. Kjell Sundberg CEO FAME ... FAME FAME FAME How to become a member? Interested applicants may download and complete the respective application form below and send it to FAME Secretariat at 3rd Floor, Raha Sulayman Building, 108 Benavidez St., Legazpi Village, Makati City. Note: Only completed application form with attached complete requirements will be processed. WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO BECOME MEMBERS? Regular Member - must be a bonafide shipmanning company, preferably ISO-Certified; duly licensed by the Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE); representing a foreign principal; and other maritime-related institutions. Associate Member - any maritime related institution or establishment whose goals, objectives and activities are within the Vision and Mission of the FAME Constitution and By-Laws. For further queries, please contact us . APPLICATION FORM FOR REGULAR MEMBERS APPLICATION FORM FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Downloadable Features This site is for FAME members only. To view current Memo Circulars and Financial Statements, kindly enter your username and password. For non-members kindly click here or contact us for more details. User ID Password Forgotten your password? Contact our secretariat at 840-1682/893-2505 FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events FAME DONATION TO THE SOUTHERN LEYTE LANDSLIDE VICTIMS As the purse is emptied, the heart is filled In the strike of calamity at Brgy. Guinsaugon, St. Bernard Southern Leyte, which was the massive landslide that killed and injured thousands of people residing in that place, the whole Philippines was moved. more >> ...................................................................................................... FAME INDUCTION OF OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2005-2006 AND CHRISTMAS PARTY 06 December 2005 Getting Better, Tougher Together is the exact word FAME can be described now a days. Notwithstanding the numerous challenges the Philippine Seafaring Industry has been facing, FAME stand still and continuously has a bigger niche in consistently ensuring the competency of the Filipino seafarers within the international standards as its collective response to the challenges of globalization. more >> ...................................................................................................... The 6th LSM Manning & Training Conference 21-23 November 2005 Questioning the Challenges and Opportunities for the Future this year s LSM Manning & Training Conference was inspired by this theme. Held once again at the Westin Philippine Plaza Hotel last 21st-23rd of November 2005, it gathered the leading personalities in the world maritime and crewing industry to discuss significant issues affecting the industry. more >> ...................................................................................................... A Salute to International Employers of Filipino Seafarers International Maritime Employers Awards 2005 20-21 November 2005 It is overwhelming that we Filipinos are regarded as the Seafarers of Choice for the World s Fleet . We are long been known for as quality seafarers. Not only did they uplift the Philippine integrity, but also greatly contributed to the progress of national economy. more >> ...................................................................................................... DOLOP International Labor Mart/Exhibit 8-11 November 2005, PICC The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in its aim to meet its commitment to generate more local and overseas jobs initiated the DOLE Labor Opportunities Program. It was a series of marketing and promotions activities. more >> ...................................................................................................... FAME ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2005-2006 25 October 2005 This year s Annual General Membership Meeting and Election of Board of Directors for 2005-2006 of the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME) was proved to be a successful one, held on Tuesday, 25 October 2005, 12:00 p.m. at Le Salon A and B, Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila, Ermita, Manila. more >> ...................................................................................................... PRC Seminar-Workshop on THE EXPEDITE ISSUANCE OF STCW 95 CERTIFICATES 06 October 2005 The Philippine shipping industry have been alarmed by the delays happening in the process of STCW 95 certificates for marine deck and engine officers at the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) because it had caused so much delay also in the deployment of officers which is very crucial in the seafaring industry. more >> ...................................................................................................... THE SHIPPING BUSINESS SEMINAR 31 August 01 & 20-21 September 2005 The Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME) conducted a seminar in coordination with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in line with their thrust for public service excellence and the improvement of institutional management and operation. It was designed to provide POEA officials and employees a better understanding of the maritime industry particularly in the Philippines. more >> ...................................................................................................... ANG MARINO. BOW! A SALUTE TO THE FILIPINO SEAFARERS CONCERT" September 2005 Time has been revealing Philippines how great and dignified the Filipino Seafarers are. At the birth of sea trade, Filipinos showed close inclination to the sea that made them susceptible to marine occupation. Until various developments in the maritime industry emerged, still Filipinos proved their cleverness. more >> ...................................................................................................... FAME INFO-SERIES SEMINAR 02-05 ON RECRUITMENT June 2005 THE INTERVIEW AND SELECTION OF SEAFARER APPLICANTS The 1st Info-series seminar conducted by FAME was held on 29 June 2005 at the Century Ballroom, Century Park Hotel, Malate, Manila. more >> ...................................................................................................... THE EXCITING 1st FAME INTER-MANNING BADMINTON TOURNAMENT March 2005 Yes! Yes! The one-day FAME Inter-Manning Badminton Tournament held on Saturday, 12 March 2005 at Yonex Philippines Badminton Club at Liberty Center, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City was no doubt a successful event. Special thanks to the FAME Special Projects & Events Committee. more >> ...................................................................................................... MARITIME SYMPOSIUM ON NORWEGIAN INTERNATIONAL SHIP REGISTRIY (NIS) SEAFARERS DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS, PROCESSES AND CERTIFICATION February 2005 On 18 February 2005, the Maritime Symposium on NIS Seafarers Documentary Requirements, Processes and Certification was held at the AMOSUP Convention Hall, Seamen s Center Building. more >> ...................................................................................................... 2004 FAME ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION OF FAME BOARD OF DIRECTORS September 2004 The meeting held at the Century Park Hotel Manila on 15 September 2004 was attended by seventy-eight (78) Member Companies and graced by the Regional Coordinator of IMO Technical Cooperation in Asia, Atty. Brenda Pimentel, as Guest Speaker. more >> ...................................................................................................... FAME 30th ANNIVERSARY March 2004 ..What A Celebration ! Thirty (30) years of existence of any establishment is something to be proud of, hence, the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME) has prided itself for successfully celebrating its pearl anniversary last March 2004. more >> ...................................................................................................... ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE ASSOCIATION THROUGH THE YEARS A brief overview of FAME's notable activities in its 31 years of existence. more >> ...................................................................................................... FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Industry Information BIMCO/ISF Manpower 2005 Update - http://www.marisec.org/resources/Manpower2005UpdateSUMMARY.pdf The Marine Cafe - http://www.marine-cafe.com/data_downloads.php POEA Standard Employment Contract - http://www.poea.gov.ph/docs/sec.pdf Liberian application of Documents/Licenses and other concerns - www.liscr.com Marshall Islands application of Documents/Licenses and other concerns - www.register-iri.com FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Photo Gallery > > Select from gallery FAME Induction of Officers & Board of Directors/Christmas Party - December 2005 6th LSM Manning & Training Conference November 2005 2nd International Maritime Employers Awards November 2005 DOLOP International Labor Mart - November 2005 FAME General Membership Meeting & Election October 2005 PRC Seminar on Expedite Processing of STCW 95 Certificates October 2005 Ang Marino Bow Concert 24 September 2005 Pre-Concert Cocktail Party September 2005 Joint POEA-FAME Seminar - August September 2005 Info-Series on Recruitment June 2005 FAME Badminton Tournament March 2005 FAME Extended Assistance Dec 2004 & June 2005 Meeting with PRC - 2005 FAME 30th Anniversary Golf/Sportsfest March 2004 FAME Meetings 2004-2005 US Embassy Briefing 2004-2005 Management Level Course Review FAME Induction of Officers & Board of Directors/Christmas Party - December 2005 FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Discussion Board Click on the topic to view the entire discussion thread TOPIC DATE POSTED # OF REPLIES REPLY TO THIS TOPIC OWWA NEW PDOS FORMAT-I recently atttended the seminar on the new PDOS which mandates manning company to preent the pdos module which runs about 6 hours. It may be a good idea for smaller manning agencies specially neighbors to cooperate by alternately running the OWWA module (rotation) tro save on lecture time while the comopany concerns and those of their respective principals can be taken ins separate sessions. Elburg is open to arrangements 02/22/06 0 is it possible for manning agencies, particularly fame members to explore shaqring of crew pool and undetake development and training of personnel for critical ships like chemical tsnkers on a mutually benefitrial arrangements? 02/27/06 1 What do you think of the new FAME website 03/13/06 5 FAME ... 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FAME FAME FAME Contact Us Address: 3F Raha Sulayman Bldg., 108 Benavidez St., Legaspi Vill, Makati City Tel: 893 2505/840 1682 Fax: 812 6215 Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org FAME Please fill up the form below to send us a message ( * required fields) First Name * Last Name * Company/Organization * Address Telephone Mobile Fax Email * Subject * Message * FAME ... FAME FAME FAME Advertise With Us Our website is now accepting advertising placements for banner ads. To get in touch with us regarding ad rates and other details, please fill up the form below. FAME ( * required fields) First Name * Last Name * Company/Organization * Address Telephone Mobile Fax Email * Website/URL FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK FAME DONATION TO THE SOUTHERN LEYTE LANDSLIDE VICTIMS As the purse is emptied, the heart is filled In the strike of calamity at Brgy. Guinsaugon, St. Bernard Southern Leyte, which was the massive landslide that killed and injured thousands of people residing in that place, the whole Philippines was moved. Despite the alarming crises in the political and economic arena, the pitiful situation stirred the Filipinos and other countries' compassion to charity. Almost every one gave what they can contribute to help. The Association also did not ignore this tragedy. Its heart of giving once again manifested. Indeed, this is the spirit that one can never deny when it sees the need to help. As soon as the information was disseminated to the members, responses came in. Although, not all member-companies coursed through their donations to the Association because they have correspondingly gave their donations. On the other hand, we are able to collect the total amount of Seven Hundred ninety-six thousand eight hundred ninety-nine pesos (Php 796, 899.00) from the following member-companies: 1. Sekur Manning, Inc. 2. BW Shipping Phils., Inc. 3. Ms. Rosalinda Cruz/BW Shipping Phils., Inc. 4. Barko International Inc. 5. Barko International Inc./Kyoei Tanker Co., Ltd. 6. Barko International Inc./Mitsubishi Ore Transport, Ltd. 7. Barko International Inc./DMC/MOT Manila Office 8. Barko International Inc./Unitra Maritime Co., Ltd. 9. Barko International Inc./Ms. Lorina Quijano 10. NYK-FIL Ship Management Inc./Dolphin Ship Management, Inc. 11. Cargo Safeway, Inc. Several dry goods were also donated from the following member-companies: 1. Philippine Hammonia Ship Agency, Inc. 2. Solar Manning Services Philippines Agency Inc. 3. Fair Shipping Corp. 4. NYK-FIL Ship Mgt., Inc., and 5. Klaveness Maritime Agency, Inc. Turnover of FAME donations was held last 10 March 2006, at the office Secretary Patricia A. Sto. Tomas of the Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE) by Ms. Josephine J. Francisco, FAME President, Commo. Adonis B. Donato, VP-Internal Affairs, and Capt. Reynaldo D. Casareo, Director. Indeed, this earnest gesture satisfies our hearts when we are able to give and share to others especially to the needy. Thank you to the member-companies who heartily responded and gave their donations. Rest assured that when we give, there s always a return, as God promised, Give and it will come back to you, good measure, pressed down and running over Let us never cease sharing. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK FAME INDUCTION OF OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2005-2006 AND CHRISTMAS PARTY 06 December 2005 Getting Better, Tougher Together is the exact word FAME can be described now a days. Notwithstanding the numerous challenges the Philippine Seafaring Industry has been facing, FAME stand still and continuously has a bigger niche in consistently ensuring the competency of the Filipino seafarers within the international standards as its collective response to the challenges of globalization. Yes, the Association is indeed an ally of the government, foreign principals, seafarers and all stakeholders not only for the welfare of the maritime industry but as well as in different phase of life. It was no doubt when an estimated of more than 150 invited guests both from member-companies, government agencies, press and manning associations gathered to celebrate the Induction of Officers and Board of Directors for 2005-2006 and Christmas Party of the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. The Polkabal Ballroom of the historic Manila Hotel in Luneta Park, Manila was filled up on Tuesday, 06 December 2005 at sixth in the evening for the celebration of the affair. Unlike in the previous years, this year s celebration was indeed a consequential and divergent one, as it turned out to have a lot of fun, highlighted by fun games and raffle of prizes as well as exchange of gifts between the member-companies. Ever energetic and hard-working FAME Director, Eng r. Sammuel T. Lim hosted the affair assisted by another Director Mr. Jose Albar G. Kato who served as the Game Master. The night was made special with the presence of the Secretary of the department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Patricia A. Sto Tomas who was the Inducting Officer and Guest Speaker of the event. Other officers from different government agencies, heads of different manning associations also joined the event. The set of Officers and Board of Directors for 2005-2006 that were inducted are: Ms. Josephine J. Francisco (President), Commo. Adonis B. Donato (VP-Internal Affairs), Capt. Teodoro B. Quijano (VP-External Affairs), Mr. Marlon R. Ro o (Secretary), Mr. James E. Nicoll (Treasurer), Mr. Vicente F. Aldanese, Jr. (Director), Capt. Lou A. Atienza (Director), Capt. Vicente J. Brillantes (Director), Capt. Alfonso R. Del Castillo (Director), Capt. Victor S. Del Prado (Director), Mr. Michael J. Estaniel (Director), Capt. Jose M. Mangabat (Director), Capt. Reynaldo D. casareo (Director), Mr. Jose Albar G. Kato (Director), and Engr. Sammuel T. Lim (Director). Subsequently with the Induction of Officers and Board of Directors, the Association headed by its president Ms. Josephine J. Francisco awarded the Plaque of Appreciation and the same time a token to Secretary Patricia A. Sto. Tomas. One such number, which caught the attention of the guests, are the operatic songs rendered by Mr. Camille Lopez Molina and Company from the UP, College of Music. The Marino Idols/ Choirs, an ensemble of talented officers and crew from various manning companies also rendered their own rendition of a number of Christmas songs. Another number, which added to the enjoyment of the affair, is when the OSM Band rendered rock and love songs headed by untiring Commo. Adonis B. Donato. More companies such as Recharge Plus Philippines, Smart Communications, Inc., Magsaysay Travel Tours, Adventure International, Inc., Equitable PCI Bank, Professional Gear, Inc., and Transnational E-Business Professional Gear, Inc. and other sponsors supported the affair. The prizes of fun games and raffle of prizes would not have been possible without the help of these generous sponsors. Some of the major prizes that were raffled off are two (2) units 21-inch Television Set, five (5) units Ipods and two (2) round trip tickets Manila-Hongkong-Manila. Of course, it is not a finale, as this is only a start for FAME getting tougher to continuously put the Philippines in the world map of seafaring as a major supplier of highly competent crew. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK The 6th LSM Manning & Training Conference 21-23 November 2005 Questioning the Challenges and Opportunities for the Future this year s LSM Manning & Training Conference was inspired by this theme. Held once again at the Westin Philippine Plaza Hotel last 21st-23rd of November 2005, it gathered the leading personalities in the world maritime and crewing industry to discuss significant issues affecting the industry. The international conference indeed was the best opportunity to continually promote the Filipino seafarers amongst our foreign partners, thus honorable Secretary Patricia Sto. Tomas of the Department of Labor & Employment, in her official welcome to all delegates ensured to discuss what the Philippines is doing to guarantee a trusty long-term supply of quality, competent and skilled seafarers. Various prominent speakers with each respective topic discussing the vital current issues in the world maritime industry highlighted the Conference. This event made another great and crucial impact to the world maritime industry. FAME as the only supporting local Maritime Association in the Philippines again made a special participation to this conference. The Association as a heartfelt support to Lloyds Ship Management, aided the dissemination of information and invitations to the manning agencies in the Philippines and kept them updated on the latest developments about the conference prior its actual event. With the established relationship with LSM and being one of the supporting associations, FAME was given a free slot of one booth in the conference to continually promote the association. Another good fruit of this rapport is that FAME members were privileged to be given a discount on the conference fee. Indeed, a good deed begets a good deed. Concluding, the conference did not only address and clarified issues in the maritime industry, it also gave way for closer rapport and camaraderie amongst the various stakeholders in the world maritime industry. It is true that no matter how tough the issues and problems the industry is facing, as long as all the players in the maritime field are united and cooperative, solutions and improvements are only a hand reach. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK A Salute to International Employers of Filipino Seafarers International Maritime Employers Awards 2005 20-21 November 2005 It is overwhelming that we Filipinos are regarded as the Seafarers of Choice for the World s Fleet . We are long been known for as quality seafarers. Not only did they uplift the Philippine integrity, but also greatly contributed to the progress of national economy. The Philippine shipping industry takes its pride in this recognition and thus counts our seafarers as the jewels and staunchest asset that are being carefully taken cared of and nourish through continuous development of quality and competency. And who regarded Filipino seafarers as the most preferred crew and officers? Thanks to our foreign partners who continuously trust and rely on Filipino seafarers pool to man their high risk and big sophisticated ships hence making us the manning capital of the world. The Philippine Government did not ignore this good partnership between the shipping industry and our foreign employers and its exemplary implication to the Philippine society and economic stability. Hence, in 2002, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued Proclamation No. 199 instituting the International Maritime Awards to honor deserving shipping principals for being top providers of employment to Filipino seafarers an their valuable contribution to the upliftment of the well-being of the Filipino seafarers. This is to express our sincere recognition and appreciation to foreign principals, shipping executives and maritime organizations for consistently providing productive employment to Filipino seafarers. Indeed, this noble thrust of the Philippine government proved greater return to the Philippines, socially and economically because of the rise of number of deployed seafarers and added remittances. This year 2005, as a continuing motion and gratitude for the better results, the Second International Employers Awards was held as part of the DOLE Labor Opportunities Program with a goal to promote more the employment of Filipinos abroad. Though, budgetary constraint was seen as a hassle in holding the awards rites, still they push through and even made it orderly and exceptional. Maritime Associations such as Philippine-Japan Manning Council (PJMCC), Philippine Association of Manning Agencies and Ship Managers, Inc. (PAMAS); and International Maritime Association of the Philippines (INTERMAP) as spearheaded by the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME), together joined hands in supporting the event to make happen the special recognition rites. In result, a separate Ministerial and Presidential awarding ceremony for the maritime sector was held last 20 and 21 November 2005 at the Polkabal & Pandanggo Ballroom of Manila Hotel for the former and at Malaca an Palace for the latter. This year, 56 ministerial Employer awardees, 25 Presidential Employer Awardees, 8 shipping executives and 7 maritime organizations were awarded, showing a greater percentage of employers compared to the first awarding rites. MINISTERIAL AWARDEES 1. ANGLO-EASTERN GROUP 2. AP MOLLER SHIPPING GROUP OF COMPANIES 3. BARBER SHIP MANAGEMENT LIMITED 4. BERGESEN WORLDWIDE GAS ASA 5. BROSTROM SHIPPING GROUP 6. COLUMBIA SHIPMANAGEMENT, LTD. 7. CSCS INTERNATIONAL NV 8. DOHLE (IOM) LTD. 9. EGON OLDENDORFF 10. FAIRMONT SHIPPING 11. GRIEG BILLABONG AS 12. HAPAG LLOYD CONTAINER LINIE 13. HOEGH FLEET SERVICES AS 14. HOLLAND AMERICA LINE WESTOURS, INC 15. INTER-ORIENT MARITIME ENT., INC-Liberia 16. JO TANKERS AS 17. K LINE (KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD. CO.) 18. KEYMAX MARITIME CO LTD 19. KNUTSEN O.A.S SHIPPING AS 20. KRISTIAN GERHARD JEBSEN SKIPREDERI A/S 21. MAGICAL CRUISE CO. LTD/ DISNEY CRUISE LINE 22. MARLOW NAVIGATION CO. LTD. 23. MASTERBULK PTE. LTD. / WESTFAL- LARSEN MANAGEMENT AS 24. MICHAELMAR SHIPPING SERVICES INC. 25. MITSUI O.S.K. LINES, LTD. 26. NISSHO SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED 27. NORTHERN MARINE MANAGEMENT LTD./CHEVRON TRANSPORT CORP. 28. NORWEGIAN CREW MANAGEMENT AS 29. NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE 30. NYK LINE 31. ODFJELL ASA 32. OSM NORWAY A/S 33. P&O CRUISES (BERMUDA) 34. PRINCESS CRUISES 35. ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES LTD 36. SCHULTE GROUP 37. SHELL INTERNATIONAL TRADING & SHIPPING CO. LTD. 38. SMIT SINGAPORE PTE LTD. 39. SPLIETHOFF BEHEER B.V. 40. ST. PAUL MARITIME (TNKC) 41. STAR CRUISES 42. STOLT NIELSEN TRANSPORT GROUP, INC. 43. TEEKAY SHIPPING LTD. 44. THOME SHIP MANAGEMENT PTE. LTD. 45. TIDEWATER MARINE 46. TOWA SHOUN CO., LTD 47. TRANSOCEAN SERVICE CO. LTD. 48. UGLAND MARINE SERVICES AS 49. V. SHIPS GROUP 50. VAN OORD SHIP MANAGEMENT B.V. 51. VELA INTERNATIONAL MARINE LTD. 52. VENTNOR NAVIGATION, INC. 53. VROON B.V. 54. WALLENIUS MARINE AB 55. WORLD MARINE PANAMA SA 56. WORLD WIDE SHIPPING MANAGERS PTE. LTD. PRESIDENTIAL AWARDEES 1. AP MOLLER SHIPPING GROUP OF COMPANIES 2. BROSTROM SHIPPING GROUP 3. COLUMBIA SHIPMANAGEMENT, LTD. 4. FAIRMONT SHIPPING 5. HOEGH FLEET SERVICES AS 6. HOLLAND AMERICA LINE WESTOURS, INC 7. INTERORIENT MARITIME ENT., INC-Liberia 8. "K" LINE (KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD. CO.) 9. KEYMAX MARITIME CO LTD 10. MITSUI O.S.K. LINES, LTD. 11. NISSHO SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED 12. NYK LINE 13. ODFJELL ASA 14. ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES LTD 15. SCHULTE GROUP 16. SHELL INTERNATIONAL TRADING & SHIPPING CO. LTD. 17. SMIT SINGAPORE PTE LTD. 18. ST. PAUL MARITIME (TNKC) 19. STOLT NIELSEN TRANSPORT GROUP, INC. 20. TEEKAY SHIPPING LTD. 21. TIDEWATER MARINE 22. UGLAND MARINE SERVICES AS 23. V. SHIPS GROUP 24. VELA INTERNATIONAL MARINE LTD. 25. VROON B.V. MARITIME ORGANIZATIONS 1. JAPANESE SHIPOWNERS ASSOCIATION 2. INTERNATIONAL MARINERS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN (IMMAJ) 3. NORWEGIAN SHIPOWNERS ASSOCIATION 4. NORWEGIAN MARITIME UNIONS 4.1 Norwegian Seafarers Union 4.2 Norwegian Maritime Association 4.3 Norwegian Union of Marine Engineers 5. ALL JAPAN SEAMEN S UNION 6. ROYAL DUTCH SHIPOWNER S ASSOCIATION (KVNR) 7. DANISH SHIPOWNERS ASSOCIATION SHIPPING EXECUTIVES 1. MR. PIETER W. VROON 2. MR. KOJI MIYAHARA 3. MR. SHIRO KIUCHI 4. CAPT. GEORGE ELIA AGATHOCLEOUS 5. CAPT. MASAAKI KOBAYASHI 6. MR. KENICHI IWAKAWA 7. MR. AKIMITSU ASHIDA 8. JACOB STOLT-NIELSEN Once again, the Filipinos have shown their noble values through this thrust and we made our foreign employers very happy for the recognition given them. As we look forward that this would gear towards tight and stronger partnership with them, let us always realize that the quest is not yet over. In this light, the shipping industry should keep on hard work to cope with the advent of modernization and remain competitive enough as the competition is also getting taut despite the vast opportunity at hand. Let us not get lax but even persevere to keep our integrity as world-class seafarers. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK DOLOP International Labor Mart/Exhibit 8-11 November 2005, PICC The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in its aim to meet its commitment to generate more local and overseas jobs initiated the DOLE Labor Opportunities Program. It was a series of marketing and promotions activities. The International Labor Mart is one of the project components of the Dole Labor Opportunities Program. It was a three-day activity that includes job fairs and exhibits. The exhibits included displays on the services of the various government agencies, recruitment and manning agencies, financial and banking institutions, telecommunication companies, airlines, travel agencies, hotels and restaurants, media, non-government organizations and other major stakeholders of the overseas employment program. Being one of the major participants of the program, the maritime industry associations such as Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME), Philippine Association of Manning Agencies and Ship Managers, Inc. (PAMAS), International Maritime Association of the Philippines (INTERMAP), Philippine-Japan Manning Consultative Council (PJMCC) and Filipino Shipowners Association (FSA) participated as one group representing the maritime sector through occupying five prime booths in the said labor mart/exhibit. Part of the opening ceremony of the program was a symbolic ceremony where different categories of jobs and skills were represented. Senator Manuel Villar as the Guest of Honors graced each representative with his or her respective job symbol. Representing the seafarers was the respected FAME Vice-President for Internal Affairs, Commo. Adonis B. Donato. On its first day, foreign principals were made to witness showcase of different skills and talents of Filipinos. And on the second day, the public was given a chance to seek their job opportunity as the exhibit was opened for them. The third day was highlighted with the International Labor Forum at the PICC Plenary Hall where His Excellency Vice-President Noli De Castro graced the event. Realizing the success of the activity and its good impact to foreign employers and investors, Her Excellency Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo made a point of visiting the exhibit and congratulated the initiators of the event, DOLE and POEA. She took also the opportunity of talking with the foreign employers present during the exhibit. Indeed, this national activity was made more meaningful with her presence. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK FAME ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2005-2006 25 October 2005 This year s Annual General Membership Meeting and Election of Board of Directors for 2005-2006 of the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME) was proved to be a successful one, held on Tuesday, 25 October 2005, 12:00 p.m. at Le Salon A and B, Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila, Ermita, Manila. A total of One Hundred Eighteen (118) member-companies and guests gathered to the event. It emerged that 85% of the qualified member-companies cast their votes. One major agenda of the general membership meeting was the President s Report by Ms. Josephine Francisco. In her report, she highlighted the very significant and major accomplishments of the Association based on the Balanced Score Card Strategy with four perspectives, such as; Internal Process, Learning and Growth, Financial, Customer Satisfaction; and adding the activity for social responsibility. Indeed, she was warmly and loudly applauded for the achievements of the Association through her leadership. She stressed on the later part that the Association for 31 years and beyond would always be a united front towards maritime global supremacy through seafaring . Second major agenda of the meeting is the awarding of plaque/certificate of appreciation to the FAME Inspection Team and MARINO Choir and Idols for their unwavering support and contribution to the association through their respective roles willfully taken. As a continuing practice of last year s election proceeding, the election was again made through a computerized election using four (4) work stations, where there is one staff assigned in each monitor to assist the voting-members in casting their votes. Through this system, the Association achieved a speedy election that only lasted for one (1) hour. Results of the election were revealed immediately thereafter by FAME Legal Counsel Atty. Federico R. Agcaoili who was appointed as the COMELEC. Those who are included in the top fifteen (15) include: Ms. Josephine J. Francisco (Dolphin Ship Management, Inc./ NYK-Fil Ship Management, Inc.), Capt. Victor S. Del Prado (Klaveness Maritime Agency, Inc.), Capt. Teodoro B. Quijano (Barko International, Inc.), Capt. Reynaldo D. Casareo (Cargo Safeway, Inc.), Commo. Adonis B. Donato (OSM Maritime Services, Inc.), Capt. Alfonso R. Del Castillo (TSM Shipping (Phils.), Inc., Engr. Sammuel T. Lim (Great Southern Maritime Services, Inc. ), Mr. James E. Nicoll (Philippine Hammonia Ship Agency, Inc.), Capt. Jose M. Mangabat (Blue Manila, Inc.), Mr. Marlon R. Ro o (Magsaysay Maritime Corp.), Capt. Vicente J. Brillantes (Intermodal Shipping, Inc.), Capt. Lou A. Ateinza (Eurasian Maritime Corporation), Mr. Vicente F. Aldanese, Jr. (CMS Crew Management Services, Inc.), Mr. Michael J. Estaniel (Trans-Global Maritime Corporation), and Mr. Jose Albar G. Kato (Albar Shipping and Trading Corporation). Almost all of those who made it in the top fifteen (15) are all re-electionists except of the two who are fresh in the group, Engr. Sammuel T. Lim and Mr. Jose Albar G. Kato. Congratulations to the newly elected 2005-2006 Officers and Board of Directors of FAME! << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK PRC Seminar-Workshop on THE EXPEDITE ISSUANCE OF STCW 95 CERTIFICATES 06 October 2005 The Philippine shipping industry have been alarmed by the delays happening in the process of STCW 95 certificates for marine deck and engine officers at the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) because it had caused so much delay also in the deployment of officers which is very crucial in the seafaring industry. On the light to resolve the problem, the shipping industry had significant dialogues with the Commission to address the intensifying problem. The Commission indeed responded to the seeing the implications effected by the problem. Thus, on 23rd of August 2005, Resolution No. 2005-295 Series of 2005 from PRC has been issued to the shipping industry Adopting a System to Expedite the Processing of STCW 95 Certificates of Registered Marine Officers Hired for Immediate Deployment as an answer. The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) in its earnest goal to properly orient the industry about the new system, coordinated with the Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME), being the largest association of shipping companies, to hold a workshop on the said system. At last, the PRC Seminar Workshop on the Expedite Issuance of STCW 95 Certificates was held on 06 October 2005 at LA Azotea, Casa Marinero, NYK-FIL Bldg., Intramuros Manila and participated by 193 participants from different manning agencies. At the onset of the workshop, Ms. Josephine J. Francisco, President of FAME gave an enlightenment and briefing on the need for a system to expedite the processing and issuance of STCW Certificates. It was followed by Capt. Constantino L. Arcellana, Member of the PRC Board or Marine Deck Officers with the clarification and discussion on the PRC Resolution No. 2005-295 about the adoption of the new system on expedite processing. The Requirements for the Issuance and Revalidation of STCW Certificates for Marine Deck and Engine Officers were discussed by Capt. Ernesto C. Bondoc, Chairman of the PRC Board for Marine Deck and Chief Engineer Christopher P. Maambong, Chairman for the Board of Marine Engine Officers. Mr. Alfonso C. Viloria, Officer In-Charge at the PRC STCW Section, gave discussed and explained the Procedures in the Issuance and Revalidation of STCW 95 Certificates. The open forum then further highlighted the workshop; hence achieving the goal of clearly understanding the new system adopted. The workshop was very successful even though it was time constrained as half day scheduled. Nevertheless, it was a fulfillment to all participants especially to the organizers for the proper education done. Indeed, this is what we need in the industry, open communication, proper education and unity. Congratulations to PRC and FAME for another job well done. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK THE SHIPPING BUSINESS SEMINAR 31 August 01 & 20-21 September 2005 The Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME) conducted a seminar in coordination with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in line with their thrust for public service excellence and the improvement of institutional management and operation. It was designed to provide POEA officials and employees a better understanding of the maritime industry particularly in the Philippines. This was the result of various observations and discussions made about industry problems encountered at POEA; they saw that it was the best first measure to address the industry concerns. The seminar was pursued with two significant objectives, which includes; facilitate greater coordination between the POEA and FAME, thereby strengthening the relationships between the two partners; and increase the awareness of POEA personnel on the industry s concern and dealings. On the day itself, POEA officials and employees were in the hands of able men and women who have acquired expertise, through research and hands-on experience in their respective fields of the maritime industry. The nature of the maritime industry and the employment & protection of seafarers were the two (2) major topics discussed. They learned about the seafaring industry in general, from its history to a discussion of what a ship is all about, to the relationship between the shipowner, charterer, shipmanager, manning agent and operator, and the importance of providing the seafarers with ample protection as they go about their daily activities while working in the ship Long been questions and why-wonders of POEA personnel and staffs at the Seabased Employment Accreditation and Processing Center (SEAPC) on the significance of the on-time deployment of crew, standard crewing procedures, necessity of proper documentation of seafarers, were answered also during the seminar. That time, they learned and realized why time is of the essence in dealing with the shipping industry and the overseas workers of the sea. The seminar was actively participated by the POEA officials and employees from their respective section; hence, it drew 121 participants for four (4) days. Participants find it a very productive and enriching experience. Seeing the fruitful result of this action, surely FAME will continue its goals to achieve more developments in the Philippine Maritime Industry. In this very successful seminar, the Association gratefully thanks the speakers who willfully and heartedly participated: Dra. Amelita K. Banico, NYK-FIL Maritime E-Training, Inc. Topic: History and General Background of the Maritime Industry Capt. Leon A. Domingo, NYK-FIL Maritime E-Training, Inc.Topic: What is a Ship/Vessel all about? Atty. Josephine G. Uranza, Consultant, Magsaysay Maritime Corp.Topic: What is Manning and Seafarer? Mr. Enrico Mariano H. Atienza, General Manager, Eurasian Maritime Corp.Topic: The Relationship between Shipowner, Charterer, Shipmanager, Manning Agent and Operator Engr. Sammuel T. Lim, President/General Manager, Great Southern Maritime Services Corp. Mr. Reuben Romero, Managing Director, Southfield Agencies, Inc.Topic: Standard Crewing Procedures of Manning Companies and the Importance of Proper Documentation and On-Time Deployment of Crew Atty. Brenda V. Pimentel, Regional Coordinator, International Maritime Organization (IMO)Topic: The Maritime Associations, Organizations and the Unions Capt. Andrew J. Malpass, President/General Manager, PANDIMAN Philippines, Inc.Topic: The Maritime Insurance and P & I Club << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK ANG MARINO. BOW! A SALUTE TO THE FILIPINO SEAFARERS CONCERT" Time has been revealing Philippines how great and dignified the Filipino Seafarers are. At the birth of sea trade, Filipinos showed close inclination to the sea that made them susceptible to marine occupation. Until various developments in the maritime industry emerged, still Filipinos proved their cleverness. The Philippine maritime industry never ignored this fact. Regarded as the world s largest supplier of seafarers in the global merchant fleet, no one can ever deny that our seafarers are doing great in their profession. They were able to distinguish themselves among others to emerge the best. The Filipino Association for Mariners Employment, Inc. (FAME), the largest association of manning companies in the Philippines which is composed of ninety-two (92) regular member-companies and six (6) associate members has been existing and working for the development, promotion and progress of the maritime industry for thirty-one (31) years now. And this fact was never strange to them. Thus, all projects, endeavors and activities held were heading on the objective of promoting more and improving the maritime industry in the Philippines. Regarded the seafarers as the major player and the most important element in the maritime industry, they have been working also to support and protect them. Knowing the integrity they have given to the Philippines by being the most preferred crew among other nationalities because of the character and excellent performance, they saw that it is time to return them favor for what they were achieving. Considering that the yearly Maritime Week Celebration is on the list of coming scheduled events, FAME thought of holding a special event for the Filipino seafarers. As they take the lead in a step to give the Filipino Seafarers the importance they richly deserve by honoring their efforts and sacrifices, they have found a new partner to work with to achieve this goal. SMART Communications Inc., one of the biggest telecommunications company in the Philippines who have been creating and developing effective communication measure with special mention to the seafarers, was timely then looking for a way to promote their product intended especially for the seafarers to enable them to connect with their love ones. Knowing FAME, they immediately approach them to present their proposal. As they meet and started to know the objectives of each party, they agreed to come up with one project that will uplift the image of the seafarers as well as thank them for their efforts and great achievements. For SMART, they want to thank the seafarers for patronizing their products and services as well as let them know that they have a new efficient product for them, which is the SMART Link Satellite Services. The project was finally decided to be a concert. A grand concert which is entitled Ang Marino. Bow! A Salute to the Filipino Seafarers Concert which aims to pay tribute to the Filipino Seafarers regarded as the modern day heroes as well as honor them for their great contributions to the Philippines. The concert s concept is to depict the life of a seafarer, reveal his thoughts, his sentiments, stuff he has put up with, the things he sacrificed, the importance of their profession thus significantly contributing to the country s economy. Mostly songs but combined with dances, stunts, sketches, vignettes are the creative devices that will be used to bring the message across. FAME in its close coordination with other maritime associations, immediately extended the project to the maritime associations to make it a maritime industry activity. And it was well cooperated. Indeed, the maritime industry stakeholders jointly worked for the success of the project. To commence the Ang Marino. Bow! Concert, A Pre-Concert Cocktail was hosted by FAME, Inc. last 15 September 2005 at La Azotea, Casa Marinero, NYK-FIL Bldg., Gen. Luna and Sta. Potenciana Sts., Intramuros, Manila which aimed to thank the over-all sponsor of the said concert, SMART Communications, Inc.; as well as to give special night for all maritime stakeholders and government officials to untie from their busy days. Nyoy Volante with his band enchanted everyone with his lovely songs. And to entertain and excite the audiences, one of the sexy girls from Viva Hot Babes, Maui Taylor hosted the night with Vince Ripoll of Magsaysay Maritime Corporation. The cocktail was highlighted by the presence of Capt. Gregorio S. Oca, POEA Administrator Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz and representatives from SMART Communications Inc. A Souvenir Program was also published to commemorate the historic concert and was launched during the concert itself. The Concert was finally held on 24 September 2005 at the Araneta Coliseum, Cubao Quezon City. It was successfully held and well attended by the people in the maritime industry. Philippine artists including Nyoy Volante, Regine Velasquez, Ogie Alcasid, Kyla, Arnel Ignacio, Ruby Rodriguez, Aiza Seguerra, Chynna Hortaleza and Richard Gutierrez graced the concert. Selected talents from member-companies of FAME also participated as Marino Idols and Marino Choir. They were very much applauded for their great performance. It was made more special with the message given by the representatives from SMART Communications Inc. in the person of Mr. Mon Isberto, Head of SMART Public Access Department and Ms. Josephine J. Francisco, President of FAME, Inc. extending the gratitude of each party for the good partnership in achieving each goal hand in hand. What strikes most the heart of the seafarers and the maritime industry as well, was the statement of Ms. Josephine Francisco in her speech which runs, At sa ating mga minamahal na mga marino, sana po y nagustuhan ninyo itong aming munting handog sa inyo at sa inyong mga pamilya and together let us work to protect our position as the biggest supplier of seafarers to the world s merchant marine fleet today and beyond. . As long as there are seas and oceans there will always be ships that will carry trade and commerce across the globe. And who else will do this? No other than our great Filipino seafarers known to the world for their hardwork, technical competence, discipline, integrity, loyalty, adaptability, and performance par excellence. At pagsinabing world-class na marino walang iba kundi Pinoy pa rin! Indeed, it s true that this momentous event was all dedicated to all of you Filipino seafarers. Congratulations for job well done! << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK FAME INFO-SERIES SEMINAR 02-05 ON RECRUITMENT THE INTERVIEW AND SELECTION OF SEAFARER APPLICANTS The 1st Info-series seminar conducted by FAME was held on 29 June 2005 at the Century Ballroom, Century Park Hotel, Malate, Manila. The program started with the welcome salvo of Engr. Sammuel Lim, Co-Chairman of the FAME Special Projects and Events Committee and opening remarks from Capt. Alfonso R. Del Castillo, President of TSM Shipping Phils. Inc. and a Board Member of FAME. Overview & Selection Techniques The President of K Line Maritime Training Corporation, Ms. Virginia Lineses, shared her company s long study and proven techniques in interviewing and selecting crew. She stressed that same techniques have won the trust and confidence of their Japanese principals. What is the Pinoy Seaman s Psyche? Dr. Felipe Landa Jocano, a Professor Emeritus at the Asian Center of the University of the Philippines, Executive Director of PUNLAD Research House, Inc., and author of various prominent books on Filipino culture, discussed how the Filipino ASAL (Psyche) influenced the working performance of the Filipino seafarers. Giving a number of hilarious anecdotes, he was able to deliver a meaningful discussion, which leaves everyone with awe and amusement on the new knowledge, and realizations he imparted to the participants. Legal Concerns Involved during the Interview and Selection Process The present Managing Partner of Del Rosario and Del Rosario Law Offices, Atty. Ruben Del Rosario, elaborated on the do s and don ts when interviewing an applicant and the confidentiality of the applicants past performance during his 30-minute speech Sharing of Best Practices Commo. Adonis B. Donato, President of OSM Maritime Services, Inc; President of Master & Mates Association of the Philippines; Chairman of the Maritime Forum, Inc. and the VP-Internal Affairs of FAME, shared his knowledge and OSM s best interview and selection practices. Recruitment and Performance of crew A result-oriented HR manager with more than 20 years in experience in human resource management, general affairs and administrative services particularly in building relationships, articulating visions and implementing goals and objectives, Ms. Marilyn B. Fabiana, generously shared the different types of Psychological Tests given to applicants. She stressed that the strategy and measures that a company uses in interviewing and selecting seafarers has a great effect on the future performance of the seafarers, which can directly influence either the success or failure of the manning company. The seminar was highlighted by a role-playing of the common mistakes done during interviews. Participants from Magsaysay Maritime Corporation, Jebsens Maritime, Inc., Ventis Maritime Corporation, NYK-FIL Ship Management and Dolphin Ship Management Inc. enthusiastically volunteered and made the workshop meaningful. CONGRATULATIONS FAME!!! << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK THE EXCITING 1st FAME INTER-MANNING BADMINTON TOURNAMENT Yes! Yes! The one-day FAME Inter-Manning Badminton Tournament held on Saturday, 12 March 2005 at Yonex Philippines Badminton Club at Liberty Center, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City was no doubt a successful event. Special thanks to the FAME Special Projects & Events Committee. Committee Organizers: Chairman: Mr. Marlon R. Ro o Magsaysay Maritime Corp. Co-chairman: Engr. Sammuel L. Lim Great Southern Maritime Services Corp. Members: Ms. Carmen B. Rebusi Pobar Marine Services, Inc. Ms. Marilyn C. Yu Solar Manning Inc. Ms. Arleen Asuncion Jebsens Maritime Inc. Ms. Cynthia C. Mendoza Bahia Shipping Services, Inc. Capt. Alfonso R. Del Castillo TSM Shipping Phils. Inc. FAME s main objective in launching such activity is to promote health awareness and camaraderie amongst the industry leaders and their employees within the maritime manning industry. In order to ensure its success, the service of a badminton expert, Mr. Joven Yulo of Southwest Tankers, Inc., Mr. Alex Querol and Mr. Noel L. Leviste, both from Magsaysay Maritime Corporation, were employed to organize the tournament. All capable and interested participants from member companies were encouraged to join the tournament. A Badminton Clinic for beginners who are interested to join were given orientation and taught the rules and conduct of the game to boost the participation of all member companies. A leveling of participants before the tournament was carried out to gauge the player s skills. This will ensure that players will only play with those that have the same strength, agility and skills during the competition. A total of thirteen (13) levels with one hundred four (104) players participated the tournament. ~ WINNERS ~ Level 1 C.F. Sharp Crew Management, Inc. Level 2 Dolphin Ship Management, Inc. Level 3 Skanfil Maritime Services Inc. Level 4 Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) Level 5 NYK-FIL Ship Management, Inc. Level 6 Multinational Maritime Inc. Level 7 Ventis Maritime Corporation Level 8 Southfield Agencies Inc. Level 9 Centennial Transmarine Inc. Level 10 Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group Inc. Level 11 Philippine Hammonia Ship Agency Inc. Level 12 Intercrew Phils. Agency Inc. Level 13 Intercrew Phils. Agency Inc. The event was a success because of the active support of the Sponsors from the different industry such as Telecommunications companies, Airlines, Hotels, Medical Clinics, Banks, Training Centers, Maritime Associations, Unions, Travel agencies and Purified Water suppliers. Our Sponsors, a big thanks to all of you!! Major Sponsors: Globe Kababayan Philippine Nautical Training Institute Philippine Seamen s Union (PSU) Minor Sponsors: China Airlines Hyatt Hotel & Casino Manila Visayan Maritime Academy & VMA Training Center All Japan Seamen s Union Manila Welfare Office (Phil.) Corp. Patron Sponsors: Bank of the Philippine Islands Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) British Airways Air France-KLM Philippine Airlines Maritime Clinic for International Services American Hospital/Clinicomed Maritime Medical & Laboratory Clinic S.M. Lazo Medical Clinic, Inc. Traders Hotel Manila Other Sponsors: Excellence & Competency Training Center (EXACT) Magsaysay Travel & Tours/Sun Cruises OZMO Purified Drinking Water Water Essence Medical Support Sagrada Corazon Medical & Allied Services Center, Inc. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK MARITIME SYMPOSIUM ON NORWEGIAN INTERNATIONAL SHIP REGISTRIY (NIS) SEAFARERS DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS, PROCESSES AND CERTIFICATION On 18 February 2005, the Maritime Symposium on NIS Seafarers Documentary Requirements, Processes and Certification was held at the AMOSUP Convention Hall, Seamen s Center Building. The event was attended by ten (10) Accredited Norwegian Medical Clinics and Doctors; twenty-six (26) manning companies with NIS Vessels; twelve (12) other interested manning companies; six (6) government agency representatives and seven (7) other invited guests. This seminar was made especial by the presence of Ms. Trine Joranli, Charge d affaires of Royal Norwegian Embassy Manila. The seminar was highlighted with the following topics: -Regulation Documentation regarding Bilateral Agreement and Health Requirements: With Past and Present into the FutureBy: CAPT. PER O. MEEK Assistant Director, Norwegian Maritime Directorate -Regulation and RequirementsBy: CAPT. HELGE EIK Senior Principal Surveyor, Norwegian Maritime Directorate -Requirements for NIS VesselsBy: MR. ODD MAGNE SKEI Norwegian Training Center/Norwegian Shipowners Association -Current Issues on Filipino Crew ClaimsBy: ATTY. RUBEN T. DEL ROSARIO Managing Director, Del Rosario Pandiphil, Inc. An Open Forum after each topic was conducted to clarify various issues. The Chairman of the Committee, Mr. Marlon R. Ro o and FAME Vice-President for Internal Affairs, Commo. Adonis B. Donato moderated the open forum. Indeed having this kind of fruitful activity ensures the industry of better performance and relationship with other flagships. << BACK FAME ... FAME FAME FAME FAME Activities/Events << BACK 2004 FAME ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION OF FAME BOARD OF DIRECTORS The meeting held at the Century Park Hotel Manila on 15 September 2004 was attended by seventy-eight (78) Member Companies and graced by the Regional Coordinator of IMO Technical Cooperation in Asia, Atty. Brenda Pimentel, as Guest Speaker. Atty. Pimentel gave a talk on various IMO related topics such as: updates on the Philippines compliance to the international requirements/standards of IMO; Objectives and programs of IMO; and the relevance of the various IMO conventions and technical assistance to the Philippines as a seafaring supplying country. After the discussion with Atty. Pimentel, the election for 2004 to 2005 Board of Directors followed. The election was done through a computer-aided system which made the process easy and swift for the general membership. FAME Board of Directors for 2004-2005 MR. VICENTE F. ALDANESE, JR.MR. MICHAEL J. ESTANIELMS. JOSEPHINE J. FRANCISCOCAPT. REYNALDO CASAREOCAPT. LOU A. ATIENZACAPT. VICENTE J. BRILLANTESCAPT. VICTOR S. DEL PRADOCOMMO. ADONIS B. DONATOCAPT. TEODORO B. QUIJANOCAPT. ALFONSO R. DEL CASTILLOMR. JAMES E. NICOLLCAPT. AMADOR P. SERVILLONCAPT. ANGEL J. OSE ACAPT. HELMUT SALLABAMR. MARLON R. RO OCAPT. JOSE M. MANGABAT Congratulations to the newly elected FAME Board of Directors! << BACK FA