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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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.
Alexandre Barbier is currently a shipping assistant in the Shipping Operations department. He has recently returned to Seychelles following a stay of 8 weeks’ abroad. He tells us of his experience:
On the 3rd of May early this year, I arrived in Spain for the first time. Not only was it my first time travelling on my own, but it was also my first time travelling to a country where the people did not speak a language that I could. Walking out of the airport, I made my way out to the arrivals area where a man from the school I would learn Spanish from was waiting for me.
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.