Sunday, December 2, 2018

Abojeb Group inaugurates new office in Parañaque City

Abojeb Group, one of the leading maritime and manpower services companies, inaugurated its new office in Paranaque City last November 28 (Wednesday).

The recently opened office occupies the 5th and 6th floor of Ri-Rance Corporate Center 1 at Aseana City. With 3,000 square meters, it houses Abojeb’s entire workforce and provides a modern welcome to the seafarers.

Managing Director of Abojeb Carl Martin Faannessen talks about the company’s continued leadership in the maritime and manpower industry and its commitment to continue bringing opportunities to Filipinos.

During the inauguration, Managing Director of Abojeb Group Carl Martin Faannessen said that this signifies the company’s continued commitment as a major player in the Philippines’ maritime industry. “As we move to our new home, we are excited to serve our customer and seafarers even better. Our company exists to deliver great people and services to meet the demands of our customers all over the world, and we now have the infrastructure to do this even better.”

Abojeb Group inaugurates new office in Parañaque City

Senior Vice President for Crewing of Jebsen Maritime Arleen Asuncion shares how Abojeb’s crew management arm differentiates itself through market-leading tech innovations and welfare programs.

Faannessen also mentioned that though Abojeb Group will remain focused on recruiting and developing Filipinos seafarers and providing quality and cost-efficient ship management globally, they are also looking at hiring land-based professionals because of the global demand for Filipino talent in the healthcare and education sector.

Head of Jebsen Ship Management Capt. Allwyn Lobo expounds on the advantages of operating ship management from the Philippines and the country’s promising position to lead in the said field.

General Manager of Jebsen Competency Development Center Capt. Joeran Noestvik shares the company’s take on skills development of Filipino seafarers including career progression to remain a competitive source of maritime talent.

“More and more countries are opening their doors to Filipino healthcare professionals and teachers. And by taking advantage of this opportunity, we will be able to give more Filipinos a chance to a better life as we extend our services beyond maritime,” Faannessen shared.

Business Development Manager of Abojeb Manpower Solutions Fritz Lim gives a primer on the land-based manpower recruitment unit of the Abojeb group which is active in the healthcare, oil and gas, ship building, and engineering industries.

(L-R) Abojeb shareholders: Endika Aboitiz, IMO Ambassador Carlos Salinas, and Bjorn Jebsen share the stage for the inauguration ceremony.

According to Faannessen, many industries are still in need of skilled and competent Filipino workforce. The Philippines is a top-of-mind choice when it comes to sea-based and land-based talent. Hence, the Abojeb Group continues to see the people of the Philippines as the backbone of its business also in the future.

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