Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), will be joining their parent company, Bernhard Schulte, to participate in this year's 24 Peaks Challenge for Seafarers UK. The Schulte Group will be entering six teams, comprising a total of 30 participants from sea and shore-based personnel.
This demanding challenge will take place on 2nd and 3rd July, with teams climbing 24 peaks across the Lake District, covering a distance of 31 miles in just a 24 hour period.
This is the third consecutive year that the Schulte Group is participating in the Seafarers UK 24 Peaks Challenge. A wide mix of personnel from across all shipmanagement and crew service centres, including the Bernhard Schulte CEO, Mr Ian Beveridge, as well as seafarers across the BSM managed fleet will be taking part.
Speaking of the value the Schulte Group puts on charity work, Eva Rodriguez, Crew Manager at Bernhard Schulte said: "Bernhard Schulte and BSM are very supportive of this cause as it enables both sea and shore-based personnel to work closely together, challenging themselves as well as raising money for the important work Seafarers UK undertake for the welfare needs of seafarers, ex-seafarers and their dependants from all nationalities throughout the world."
Schulte Group is aiming to raise a minimum of £24,000 for this worthwhile charity. If you would like to help the campaign please visit their JustGiving page at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/schulte-group-24peaks.
Source: Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM)
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