Mintra joins with some of the biggest names in maritime next week at CrewConnect Global. The company will be running a digital exhibition booth throughout the week-long virtual event, meeting shipping operators and supply chain companies in an online space.
Running from November 22 to 26, CrewConnect Global will bring together organisations from across the maritime sphere to discuss some of the key themes and issues currently facing the industry. Over 30 crewing experts will delve into subjects such as safety and training, mental health and recruitment, with panels discussing how the sector will respond to these in 2022.
Delegates visiting the Mintra booth will be able to learn about our complete crew management solution OCS HR, our Trainingportal Offline technology that allows safety-critical training to take place on board vessels even with no internet connection, and our recently expanded maritime-specific eLearning library.
Jorunn Eldøy, team lead maritime, Mintra said: “We’re delighted to be able to exhibit virtually at CrewConnect Global in 2021 – a high-quality event bringing together key players in the sector to discuss how we can collectively inspire positive change.
“The maritime industry has been hit particularly hard by the global pandemic, but with these challenges have come opportunities, and we’ve been proud to work alongside our clients as they adapt and advance their operations. Mintra will continue to stand with them on that journey into 2022 and beyond, continually innovating and improving what we do.” Attendance at Crew Connect Global is free and registration can be made here.
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