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Hanjin Shipping opens Busan maritime training center

Hanjin Shipping opens Busan maritime training center

Busan: Hanjin Shipping celebrated today the opening of a maritime training center at its Pusan office.
 Hanjin Shipping's maritime training center, equipped with excellent training environment, will be providing its trainees with veteran trainers who have had successful careers as captains and chief officers at Hanjin Shipping with 30 years' record of no-accidents. Also, students will have the opportunity of being trained with state-of-the-art technologies and equipments such as SHS (Ship Handling Simulation) at lecture rooms situated within the company's Pusan office facing the magnificent sight of Pusan Port.
 Mr. J. W. Park, President& CEO of Hanjin Shipping who attended the ceremony today commented, "Having competent officers will become one of the major keys to success in future shipping industry considering the rapid increase in fleet. In this regard, we expect our maritime training center will highly contribute to providing us with excellent officers for our future."
 Hanjin Shipping, first to establish a private maritime training center in Korea, will continue to set up new centers overseas as well and develop cooperative training programs with international institutes with high reputations.
 Currently, Hanjin Shipping is running onboard training programs using 4 of its container vessels specially designed for education. And surely the establishment of this maritime training center will allow the company to provide integrated education of both theory and practice.  [15/10/07]

 
 

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