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Haiti - Economy : «SUNY Maritime» presents an ambitious project to SEMANAH
25/02/2018 08:25:03

Haiti - Economy : «SUNY Maritime» presents an ambitious project to SEMANAH
This week Captain Dieudonné Bruno, Director General of Maritime Navigation Service of Haiti (SEMANAH) accompanied by Carlo E. Cérome, Director of Planning, its Director of Cabinet Wilbert Dédé and senior executives of the institution, held a major working meeting at its Delmas 31 central office, with a delegation of "SUNY Maritime" (one of six US maritime academies located in New York) consisting of Joe Hoffman (Principal ai and Vice President for Academic Affairs), Christopher Clott (Global Business and Transportation), Captain Ernest Fink (Professional Mariner Training Courses), Richard Burke (Professor Engineering) and several other professionals and experts: Erick Johsoson, Ralf Shwari, Rosemary Ortlied and Rolande Toussaint .

"SUNY Maritime" had come to present their ambitious project to SEMANAH, which aims first and foremost to set up a shipping company that will ensure the transport of passengers and goods by boat and ferries across the country and the creation of a maritime academy in the Bay of Arcahaie, to contribute to the training of operators in the maritime industry.

In addition, this project also provides for the repair / construction of 15 small ports across the country for passengers - The construction of a shipyard in Arcahaie Bay and the acquisition of 50 water taxis and ferries between other

The Director of Cabinet Mr. Wilbert Dédé elaborated on the numerous constraints facing the Haitian maritime sector and on several issues related to maritime safety, the protection of the users of the sea and the training of seafarers

At the end of this meeting, Carlo E. Cérome accompanied the delegation of "SUNY Maritime" for a visit to the port of Port-au-Prince.

to be continued...

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