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07/02/2017

On 29th August, Hunt Deltel had the pleasure of hosting a group of Independent School A-Level students who visited the Fleet Logistics Centre at Zone 14, accompanied by their Business Studies teacher Mrs. Tainy Payet. The students learned about the diverse portfolio of activities being operated by the company and the wide range of career opportunities which can be explored within such a group.

 

07/02/2017

A stone ‘s throw away from Hunt Deltel Fleet Logistics Centre on Zone 14 of Ile du Port, the

newly constructed salt storage warehouse is the most recent of the group’s property development project.

25/04/2016

As part of Hunt, Deltel's CSR plan for 2016, the company has partnered with SIDS Youth Aims Hub (SYAH-Seychelles), a youth-led NGO promoting and advancing sustainable development projects through youth education, empowerment and action. This dynamic NGO is currently undertaking the Marine Debris Challenge, hosted by Positive Change for Marine Life based in Australia.

25/04/2016

Daring to be Different

The Crystal Esprit promises its passengers the luxuries of a super yacht with the convenience of a cruise ship.

At 85m in length, with minimal draft, the yacht-like vessel can visit secluded harbours, coves and islands which are not necessarily accessible to larger cruise ships.

25/04/2016

GBA Ships is the management company overseeing the running of the vessel Logos Hope with the agreed aim of "bringing knowledge, help and hope to the people of the world"

25/04/2016

Claudia, as Customer Service & Sales Manager, how would you explain to a first-time shipper how the Groupage service works?

Groupage is also known as consolidated cargo, part cargo or LCL shipment(Less than a Container-Load). This is when a ‘group’ of individual importers share the space within one container and the shipping costs are split proportionately.

25/04/2016

Essentially, stevedoring would have begun as early on as when ships started bringing goods into the country.

The "Seychellois" story of stevedoring as we know it today however can be said to have begun with a certain Capt. Jouanis. This gentleman built a lighter vessel (or barge) of 20 tons in the early 1900s, which was initially towed to and from the outer harbour by a pirogue of 12 oars. This lighter vessel and the fleet of new additions which followed would collect break bulk cargo to bring back to shore to be offloaded by stevedores at the port.

25/04/2016

Stevedoring is an occupation which involves loading and unloading of cargo on ships, as well as all the logistics and administrative work associated with this.

The word stevedore is thought to originate in Portugal or Spain, and entered the English language through its use by sailors. It started as a phonetic spelling of “estivador” in Portuguese or “estibador” in Spanish, meaning a man who stuffs. (And in the shipping world, the word 'stuffing' is indeed used for 'loading' a container.)

20/07/2015

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.

20/07/2015

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.

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