Berry Interoceanic Company has been handling seafarers from India since 1982 for several shipping companies, making it amongst the most established companies for ship recruitment and shipbroking operations. Over the years,the Company has built up an enviable reputation for high standards of excellence and reliable services in the processing and supply of fully qualified and experienced seafarers for manning all types of vessels.
Operational from the National Capital Region, Berry Interoceanic Company extends its services to shipping companies and seafarers across the globe. Centrally located at the DLF City Court in the millennium city of Gurgaon, the modern commercial hub of India, BIC’s office is easily accessible by the Delhi Metro, Gurgaon’s Rapid Metro and an efficient network of transport services.
OUR MANAGING DIRECTOR
Berry Interoceanic Company was founded by Capt. S.M. Berry, a Master Mariner with command experience of over 10 years with a leading SE Asian company. A full-time post graduate diploma in Management Studies (Shipping), Plymouth Polytechnic, UK, and an Endorsement Course in the Management of Offshore Operations, UK, back his professional qualifications.
Capt. Berry is also a leading Maritime Arbitrator in India and a qualified and experienced shipbroker. In addition he is
|• Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, London|
|• Member of the Nautical Institute, London|
|• Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, London|
|• Fellow of the Indian Council of Arbitration|
A COMMON GOAL
At Berry Interoceanic Company we believe in working in close coordination with shipowners towards a common goal – to provide uncompromising standards of excellence on board vessels through the recruitment of qualified, experienced and competent marine personnel, able to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
NEW CHALLENGES AT SEA
In today’s shipping business, stringent new safety regulations along with increasing sophistication at sea demand qualified and competent officers more than ever for the efficient running of ships and shipboard management. The latest IMO, ISO, ISM, STCW and environmental regulations underline the need for quality personnel for safer ships and cleaner seas. The advent of shipboard automation , electronics, satellites and other sophisticated technology at sea has resulted in the demand for personnel of high calibre and training to man modern ships – a demand as every shipowner knows far outpaces supply.