Wilhelmsen Maritime Services take home prestigious Lloyds List Award

Events — By on October 18, 2012 at 10:06 AM

Nikolai Norman, Regional WSS Sales Director for Africa, Middle East and Black Sea accepts the award on behalf of WMS.

Wilhelmsen Ships Service  (WSS) together with Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) received the award for  Maritime Services at Tuesday evening’s Lloyds List Middle East &  Indian  Subcontinent Awards, held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in  Dubai.

WSS and WSM are both part of Wilhelmsen Maritime  Services, a wholly owned Wilh.Wilhelmsen group company. Dag Schjerven, president  and CEO of WMS says:

“This Lloyds List Award proves that we  are shaping the maritime services industry. To receive this recognition is a  huge motivation for all of us to keep improving; continuously adapting to our  customers’ needs and developing sound solutions for the  future”.

Nikolai Norman, Regional WSS Sales Director for Africa,   Middle East and Black Sea who accepted the award on behalf of WMS made the  following comment:

“This is a great compliment and one that I am extremely  proud to accept. It clearly demonstrates our commitment to the maritime services  market and our enthusiasm towards the Middle East and Indian  Subcontinent”.

According to judging panel, they were impressed by the  range of professional services offered by WSS and the way the company had built  a solid reputation in the market. They also emphasised WSM’s position as a  well-established ship manager with demonstrated success with technical  management across all segments, ranging from LNG/LPG to seismic offshore  vessels. Specifically they highlighted WMS innovations such as the Liferaft  Rental Exchange Programme (LRE), the Green Ship recycling service and the Green  Passport in their award justification.

For full list of award categories and  winners:


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