Remote Container Movement software enables us to continuously monitor the status of our reefer cargo. It receives vital information such as temperature, pressure, plug-in status and alarms. The information is received irrespective of whether a reefer is at sea, en route or in a terminal.
Felicity is a young Seychellois swimmer who Hunt, Deltel has committed to support as she continues her career in international competitive swimming. Following consistently high performance locally and overseas, Felicity has been offered a partial scholarship from Plymouth College in the UK where she will be under the wing of the English swimming team’s Head Coach.
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On the 8th of August, Seychelles celebrated the National Sea turtle Conservation at Beau Vallon. The event was an opportunity for the Island Conservation Society (ICS) to raise public awareness on the threats sea turtles face worldwide and on conservation action within the Seychelles.
The festival overall encourages the general public to take pride in the protection of this unique species by allowing people to ask questions, play games and be creative.
Much food for thought was given during a two-hour awareness workshop on Tuesday 15th September. In attendance was a healthy mixture of government representatives, the local business community and a number of environmental NGOs. Lemmy Payet from Land Waste Management Agency and Michele Martin from S4S gave a comprehensive overview of the current ‘waste situation’ in Seychelles.
Since the end of June, Hunt, Deltel’s Clearing & Forwarding subsidiary Express Logistics has been operating a new office within a recently refurbished building in New Port area next door to Seypec Head Quarters. With closer proximity to all relevant authorities as well as the Port and Airport, not forgetting a much more spacious work environment the team looks forward to enhanced operations.