On May 26, Anglo-Eastern announced their single largest crew change in India, which included a total of 34 Indian crew members in the relief effort at Kochi (17 signed on + 17 signed off).
Now, again Anglo-Eastern have shared a good news regarding crew change in these times of crisis. Four batches of crew change have taken place in Kochi and Mundra in India and Taizhou in China.
Anglo-Eastern shared an update on its official Facebook page, the post reads:
“4-3-2-1 GO!! Following on the success of our largest single crew change in India on May 26 (17 signed on, 17 signed off), we are delighted to announce FOUR additional crew changes for a total of 53 off-signers and 50 new joiners at THREE ports in TWO countries (Kochi and Mundra in India, and Taizhou in China), thanks to our collective efforts as ONE Team! The Indian and Chinese crew changes took place between May 27-31, and covered all major vessel types, including a tanker, container ship, and two bulk carriers. #AngloEastern #OneTeam #crewrelief #crewchange“
The process of crew change is now gaining momentum with the chartered flights taking off. So far Anglo-Eastern group has not announced its participation in the Task force, which is carrying out the crew change using Chartered flights.