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Congratulations to Our Long Service Award Recipients!

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Congratulations to Our Long Service Award Recipients!

The Long Service Awards (LSA) were presented to employees in recognition for their valued contributions and dedicated service to MSI Ship Management.

A total of 06 recipients have been conferred the Long Service Award for their 10 and 15 years of service respectively.

MSI would like to congratulate the following recipients –

10 Years LSA

1. Md Ali Gauhar Shahriar

2. Khaja Manjoor Ali

3. Joan Poldo Leodigario

4. Thu Zar Aung

5. Molly Ng Meh Fung

15 Years LSA

1. Manoj Parashar

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Home > News > MSI Ship Management Takes Into Full Management the 56,083 DWT Supramax Bulk Carrier

MSI Ship Management Takes Into Full Management the 56,083 DWT Supramax Bulk Carrier

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MSI Ship Management Takes Into Full Management the 56,083 DWT Supramax Bulk Carrier

MSI Ship Management is proud to have taken into management the 56,083 DWT Bulk Carrier Mighty Ocean to be renamed as Hai Long. Being managed out from MSI China, this expands our growing ship management presence in China and increase our bulk carrier fleet.

Vessel was taken under management at Tokuyama, Japan and like to wish all our colleagues involved in ensuring a smooth take-over. We wish all the crew onboard fair winds and following seas.

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Mindfulness and Its Benefits


Mindfulness and Its Benefits


Mindfulness. You may have noticed the proliferation of this word in the media through social media and magazines. In recent times, especially as a response to increased work from home arrangements due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many organizations are exhorting their employees to practice this to prevent burnout.

In the maritime industry, where restriction of crew movements has placed considerable strain on the mental well-being of seafarers, there is a growing consensus that practicing mindfulness may benefit an often-overlooked aspect of mental welling of crew and contribute to positive stimuli and better mental health for crew onboard for sustained periods of time.

Yet this term may seem ambiguous to many. What exactly does this word entail? Is it prayer, or simply meditation? According to the Mayo Clinic, it is defined as a type of meditation in where the individual practicing it may experience intense focus and awareness of his or her emotions. This involves sensory involvement such as touch and smell and feeling. This removes the thought process, in that the individual removes all judgement and analysis in his or her current state. Mindfulness in its form includes breathing techniques, images and other exercises, which may be practiced in various forms.

An individual may face stress, anxiety and depression through exposure to various internal and external forces strains caused from events arising from both at work or home and interactions with day-to-day life. The personal space for which the individual may choose to reflect and investigate practicing mindfulness may be lacking in view of today’s fast paced society. Through mindfulness, it helps the individual rechannelled his energy and thought process to greater engage within the immediate environment and space. In simple words, to live for the moment.

In today fast paced society, we are focus more on worrying about future events and those which may be beyond our sphere to control or influence. Rather, practice mindfulness looks to individual to be present in the moment and cultivate discipline and positivity to focus on the present state of mind. The benefits of meditation have seen many positive benefits which can alleviate stress, depression, insomnia and high blood pressure.

Source, Mindful.Org