The team at Campbell Shipping, through their strong belief in living the company’s core values, has exemplified what the organization is all about, and the achievements below are only proof of what the company stands for.
Training is an integral part of the culture at Campbell shipping. Campbell takes pride to create opportunities in the space of personal development, productivity and mental wellbeing for the seafarers and shore staff. We value the need for continuous growth and transformation to meet the never ending dynamic VUCA challenges faced by our frontline seafarers.
The DPA at Campbell Shipping, Captain Venkat Kesav, received the Safety Leadership Award on behalf of the company, as well as 3 other awards on behalf of 3 individual seafarers of Campbell Shipping.
The Hon. Frankie Campbell, Minister of Transport and Local Government, presented the International Maritime Organization (IMO) special recognition award to Campbell Shipping, which was received for the efforts of the crew of the CS Caprice who rescued over 510 migrants.
The Connecticut Maritime Association acknowledged the laudatory actions of Captain Joshua Henry Peris Bhatt, as well as the entire crew of the CS Caprice and the management of Campbell Shipping, when, in October 2014, the vessel rescued 510 men, women, and children refugees in peril in the Mediterranean Sea.
The 2015 Green Flag Program certificate was awarded to Campbell Shipping at the Port of Long Beach for the company’s vessel speed reduction program.
The US Coast Guard recognized the Campbell Shipping fleet’s eligibility to meet the criteria of their QUALSHIP 21 program. As per the USCG, less than 10% of all [non-US flagged] ships that operate in the [US] meet the eligibility requirements of this program, putting Campbell Shipping Co. Ltd. qualified vessels in an elite class. The efforts of the organization, the master, and crew of the qualified vessels to adhere to such high standards of excellence was commended by the USCG. Campbell Shipping has been a part of the QUALSHIP 21 program since 2013 and was recognized once again in 2017.
This award was presented in recognition of the company’s innovating and original development to improve its safety and security on board and ashore. The company produced an in-house training video for developing and undertaking a practical risk management framework when their vessels transit through piracy high-risk areas in order to train their sea staff about the realities of piracy. This 29-minute video uses footage that was taken on one of its vessels as it prepared to enter the high-risk area and the security measures taken during transit that won the hearts of the panel.
It’s an industry that has many components that all need to work together,” explains Captain Rajesh Dhadwal, Managing Director and CEO of Campbell Shipping. Campbell Shipping is the exception that proves the rule, being one of the few businesses in the industry with the expertise and capability to carry out every aspect of shipping.
“We’re shipowners, technical managers, crewing managers, commercial managers, and we also do accounting, purchasing, and procurement. That’s very distinctive in this industry,” Dhadwal says. “You may find businesses in technical management or that own a ship, but we do all aspects of shipping under one roof. Read more…
On Wednesday, February 17, Lieutenant Commander Tom Gill, the U.S. Embassy’s Coast Guard Liaison Officer to The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, officially recognized award-winning Bahamian flagged vessels under Campbell Shipping Company for their strong participation during 2014 in the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) system. Read more
Campbell Shipping has been recognized by a number of renowned organizations in the shipping industry for their values. The articles below are a few noteworthy mentions that have surfaced over the years.
CAMPBELL BULK, SINGAPORE RECEIVES 2022 BUSINESS AWARD!
Our Director Felix R. Knick was presented the Maritime Sector Incentive (MSI) -Approved International Shipping Enterprise award in Singapore by Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore, Which is a testament to our good track record and demonstrable business plan.
We looking forward to continue to serve the industry going forward.
CS Jaden departing Port of London, taken by PLA Pilot Eoin Hardiman
Marine, a leading maritime publication, covered Campbell Shipping in their magazine that was released during the prestigious maritime event “Posidonia 2018.”
In a young company like Campbell Shipping, success is achieved by investing in training, encouraging staff participation, and using Safety at Sea to ensure best practice on board.
Campbell Shipping Company Ltd, the largest owner/operators of dry bulk carriers in The Bahamas, recently announced that it has appointed Verifavia to verify its fleet of vessels in line with the European Union’s Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (EU MRV) regulation.
IHS interviews Captain Venkat Kesav, the fleet health, safety, environment, and quality (HSEQ) risk manager at Campbell Shipping, about the company’s initiative to make sure crew take the time to stop, think, and plan to reduce accidents on board.
The Panama Canal Authority expressed its appreciation to the team on board the CS Caprice for their efforts and good seaman spirit to ensure a safe and efficient transit.
Campbell Shipping Company has entered into contract with the Shipping Division of StormGeo, thereby enhancing the company’s capability towards it mission for energy efficiency and voyage cost savings with optimized routing, including speed and fuel consumption analysis.Read more…
Under the deal, ISS will handle some 300 port calls per annum and provide a range of services including fully managed crew changes, visa and documentation management, transfer to vessel, Cash to Master, spare parts consignment delivery coordination and other husbandry requirements to the company.Read more…
(AL JAZEERA – AMERICA): Capt. Joshua Peris Bhatt and his crew left Latvia one morning last fall aboard a dry bulk carrier hauling 27,000 metric tons of barley. Destined for Qatar, the ship sailed into the Mediterranean Sea, making it just beyond Italy when it was suddenly told to change course.
(REUTERS INVESTIGATES): In October last year, bulk carrier CS Caprice was shipping a cargo of barley across the Mediterranean when it answered a call to help about 500 people who were drifting north of Libya without a skipper. A brewing storm threatened to capsize their tiny fishing boat.Read more…