Bibby Ship Management tops IOM vessel management stats

Flags, Shipmanagement, Statistics — By on February 10, 2016 at 10:19 AM
Mark Robertshaw

Mark Robertshaw

BIBBY SHIP MANAGEMENT TOPS ISLE OF MAN VESSEL MANAGEMENT STATISTICS

Bibby Ship Management is once again the largest representative for vessels flying the Isle of Man flag in providing representative services for 30% of vessel tonnage registered on the island. This compares with 25% in 2014, according to official statistics.

The Isle of Man Ship Registry’s total merchant vessel fleet stands at 407, equating to 14.95m gross tons. From these vessels, Bibby Ship Management has increased its portfolio to 90, an increase of 10 vessels from November 2015.

Mark Robertshaw, Group Commercial Director for Bibby Ship Management, said: “Representing the largest proportion of vessels isn’t just a reflection on the quality of the services we offer to our customers, but also how Bibby Ship Management is regarded on the Isle of Man. This outstanding growth demonstrates the success and importance of our customer-focused approach to ship management.”

Dick Welsh, Director at the Isle of Man Ship Registry, added: “Having good representation on the Isle of Man for new and existing clients is of paramount importance. Together we can provide a one-stop-shop in the Isle of Man and serve the needs of our clients effectively and efficiently. This demonstrates the importance of the public/private partnership which is one of the Isle of Man’s greatest strengths.”

“We are very fortunate to have global operators such as Bibby Ship Management on the Island, providing these services to an expanding network of clients from the international marine and offshore sectors.”

Throughout its global network of offices, Bibby Ship Management offers a wide range of marine services to customers throughout the world. The company’s Isle of Man office is home to its statutory management service, as well as offering crew management, payroll and travel services to customers from all sectors of the international maritime industry.

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