Statement concerning the pandemic
We have been told that the best thing all of us can do right now to fight the spread of the Sars-Cov2-Virus and Covid-19 is to stay home. Our offices around the world are responding to their local situation appropriately as it evolves, but all of our people are set up to work from home and provide the service you count on.
During this period when many of us will be working from home, our email will work the same as always, and you can find our mobile numbers on this website. If you’re calling and you know who you need to speak with, then it’s best to call that person’s mobile number. Otherwise, call our local office numbers as you normally would, and we’ll take care of you.
Our vessels continue to operate, and our world-wide team stands ready to move your cargo as always. And as always, we will work to ensure the wellbeing of our staff, our communities and all of you.
We hope you will all remain healthy and safe. Take care, and let us know how we can help.
BBC Chartering bietet TOP Ausbildung
Foto von links nach rechts: Günter Geerdes (Fa. Meyer Werft, Auditor); Dr. Bernhard Brons (Präsident der IHK); Enno Jelken (CFO, BBC Chartering); Timo Weise (IHK); Nicole Nellen und Torsten Mansveld
Personnel changes within the worldwide organization
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