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IMT Hosts 3rd Operator Forum
19/10/2017
Exxon Mobil affiliate IMT hosted its 3rd Operator Forum in London. The forum is driven through the participants collective commitment to a ‘Zero Incident Trajectory’.
Lorenz Weinstabl (CEO) and Capt. Serdal Sağir (HSEQ Manager) attended the meeting. The agenda was packed with valuable topics, such as: IMT’s SMARTQA (their Vetting Tool), the Vessel Performance Index, changes in the MESQAC (Marine Environmental, Safety and Quality Assurance Criteria) and 3rd Edition of the TMSA. Further topics included Security (Piracy and Terrorism) and Cyber Security and last but not least the main root cause of incidents: Human Factor.
Among third party speakers Michael Fostiropoulis from Almi Tankers had a remarkable and academic approach to the Human Element under the topic “What kind of Context do we need to bring out the ‘best People’ or in order to take responsibility?”. The speakers inspired the ethos of engagement, motivation, and leadership to strive towards our collective goals.
Pictured is Jonathan Evans, the Managing Director for International Marine Transportation Singapore together with Lorenz Weinstabl, the CEO of Armona Denizcilik AŞ.
 
IMT Hosts 3rd Operator ...
19/10/2017
Exxon Mobil affiliate IMT hosted its 3rd Operator Forum in London. The forum is driven through the participants collective commitment t...
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Commercial Rings Once Again
17/10/2017
As the renovations of the new office come to an end, details are being added to revive Armona’s culture.
Following the tradition we had in place at our previous building, our commercial team received a new (old) ship bell to ring whenever they fix a subject.
May it ring often!
 
Commercial Rings Once A...
17/10/2017
As the renovations of the new office come to an end, details are being added to revive Armona’s culture.
 
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Maritime Partners In Safety Workshop
25/09/2017
On September 22nd, 2017 some of our shore & vessel staff and senior management attended the Partners in Safety Workshop organized by Shell in Tuzla, Turkey. The workshop elaborated on Shell’s core principals, with focus on learning through collaboration and deepening understanding of the program.
 
The seminar started at 9 am and continued until 6 pm and the participants were assigned teams which were subjected to self-assessment tools to test their personal resilience. Presentations, exercises and Q&A sessions were held, and Resilience, LETs, Reflective Learning and CEO/Senior Management Visits were discussed among the seminar participants.
 
It is a pleasure to be a part of this group which actively strives to make positive changes in the industry.
 
 
Maritime Partners In Sa...
25/09/2017
On September 22nd, 2017 some of our shore & vessel staff and senior management attended the Partners in Safety Workshop organized b...
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Family Foto
23/09/2017
Family Foto
23/09/2017
Main Port Design Hotel Rotterdam - Shell’s Maritime Partners in Safety Conference 2017
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Shell’s Maritime Partners in Safety Conference 2017
23/09/2017
The conference was held at the Mainport Design Hotel in Rotterdam. The agenda included workshops and speeches on Reflective Learning – Navigation, Resilience, Cargo Specific PPE, Risk Normalization in Transshipment, and Safety Leadership.
This year’s aim was Learning Through Collaboration. It is truly inspiring to be able to share knowledge and experience with other partners in order to collectively strive to maintain a Zero-Incident Industry.
The Safety day was followed by a cocktail. Pictured is [left] Okke Huising - Shell, [center] Niels Grotz – Chemship, and [right] Marlon Weinstabl – Armona Denizcilik.
We look forward to the next conference!  
 
Shell’s Maritime Part...
23/09/2017
The conference was held at the Mainport Design Hotel in Rotterdam. The agenda included workshops and speeches on Reflective Learning &n...
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Partners In Safety
22/09/2017
HSEQ Manager Capt. Serdal Sağır carried out a Senior Leadership Visit on the Atlantis Araceli in Rotterdam, Netherlands on 20th September 2017.
Company Policies & Procedures, Shell LFI's & Resilience, KPI's and Cargo Operations and Social life onboard were discussed and exchanged with crew members.

The visit is part of the Leadership Visit initiated by Shell and has now become a centerpiece of Armona's senior management duties. In order to excell in an industry that is striving for  Zero- Incidents, we, as Armona, believe that top-level management has to actively participate, engage with the vessel personnel and create an effective communication line to always improve and take further steps towards excellence.

(picture taken with Intrinsic camera)
 
Partners In Safety
22/09/2017
HSEQ Manager Capt. Serdal Sağır carried out a Senior Leadership Visit on the Atlantis Araceli in Rotterdam, Netherlands on 20th Septe...
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Final Touch Before Leaving
20/09/2017
​To make the stay for the crew on bord at M/T Atlantis Alicante as homey as possible, the accommodation has been given a final touch with artficial flowers to put in each cabin and prints to be hung on the walls.

The Alicante will leave for its maiden voyage on 29.9.17 to Nikolayev, Ukraine to load 5.000mts vegoil to be discharged in Barcelona, Spain.
Final Touch Before Leav...
20/09/2017
​To make the stay for the crew on bord at M/T Atlantis Alicante as homey as possible, the accommodation has been giv...
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