Job Portal for Mariners
A seasoned mariner has launched a portal dedicated to the manning sector of the Indian shipping industry. Jobships.com was conceived two years ago by Solanki, who has over two decades of rich experience. Solanki understood the tribulations that go with manning a vessel, and believed that things would be a lot easier for the manning sector if the power of the World Wide Web were harnessed. Thus was born J obships.com, a meeting place for companies, institutions and seafarers, fulfilling a long-felt need. Seafarers usually have a tough time applying for jobs in shipping companies. A seafarer is very mobile, and it is very difficult for him to keep track of recruitment advertisements and apply on time. Although the internet has revolutionized other industries, the seafarer had to depend on publications and agents for job openings. Shipping companies also have problems finding the right crew. Manning in the Indian shipping industry is largely done in the traditional manner, either through press advertisements or through agents. It is time consuming and expensive.
The Jobships.com team believed in the infinite power of the internet and endeavored to make manning easier, faster and cheaper not only for companies but also for the seafarer. The portal has brought about a welcome change in manning operations. More than 80 shipping companies have become permanent registered members of Jobships.com. Over 5,000 seafarers from all parts of the globe have registered themselves with Jobships.com and use the site regularly for job searches.
Thousands of marine enthusiasts visit Jobships.com every day in search of jobs, news updates, products, services and other information related to the maritime community. On an average, Jobships.com gets over 40,000 hits every day. Jobships.com provides a whole package of benefits for the seafarer. For example, with Jobships.com, a seafarer has the option of withholding his resume from those companies that he wants to avoid.
TIMES SHIPPING JOURNAL
Portal for Seafarers
A web site dedicated totally for seafarers in search of jobs, news updates, products, services and other information related to the maritime community is fast becoming a popular |cyber haunt| of the seafaring community. A brainchild of Durgpal Solanki, a seasoned mariner residing here, the portal - www.jobships.com has over 80 companies registered on its rolls and receives about 40000 hits a day. With his vast maritime experience and deeper understanding of the tribulations of the industry, Mr. Solanki felt the need to harness the world wide web to do away with the obsolete and cumbersome methods practiced by the shipping industry, especially in manning of sea going vessels. And, thus was born jobships.com two years ago to fulfill the long felt need for a common platform which would act as a meeting place for companies, institutes and seafarers. The Jobships.com team endeavors to make manning easier, faster and cheaper not only for the companies but also for seafarers, says the portal|s Business Development Executive Chitrakala Varma. For further information, one can visit the site or call on 7897873.
(Navi Mumbai, INDIA)
Jobships.com portal launched
Vashi: A dynamic portal jobships.com was launched recently at Vashi by Mr. Solanki, a seasoned mariner. This portal would act as a meeting place for companies, institutes and seafarers. Over 80 companies and 5000 seafarers from across the globe have already become permanent registered members of jobships.com. Jobships.com provides a whole package of benefits for the seafarer. For example with jobships.com one has the option of withholding the resume from those companies one wants to avoid. Maritime Institutes have also highly benefited from this dynamic portal as they can display the details about their courses and schedules. More information about the portal can be availed on Tel : 7897873.
THE TWINCITY TIMES
(Navi Mumbai, INDIA)
Jobships.com sets its sights high
MUMBAI : THE manning sector of the Indian shipping industry has undergone radical changes, thanks to a dynamic portal jobships.com. This very innovative portal was incepted two years back.
The jobships.com team believed in the infinite power of the internet and endeavored to make manning easier, faster and cheaper not only for companies but also for the seafarer. Slowly but surely the maritime community realised the tremendous improvement that this dynamic portal brought. Today over 80 companies have become permananent registered members of jobships.com. Over 5000 seafarer from all parts of the globe have registered with jobships.
FREE PRESS JOURNAL
Indian manning portal reports Success
Jobships.com, an India-based manning portal which was incepted two years back by seasoned mariner Mr Solanki, has reported that over 80 companies have become permanent registered members of jobships.com. Over 5000 seafarers from all parts of the globe have registered themselves with jobships.com and use the site regularly for applying to companies.