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MUMBAI, India /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Target Ship Management India (TSMI), a Human Resources (HR) company established in the year 2013, is growing fast with its dedicated employees and is now on a growth path with a pool of talent of seafarers and extended business opportunities for ship owners all over the world; with all kinds of vessels to be a part of the expanding family of TSMI.

Target Ship Management India has the biggest challenge in their initial years of establishment for taking over 14 ships, but with a dedicated and talented team they managed to do so only in a span of two months, says Captain M. S. Wadhwa, Head, Marine HR, TSMI, with an exclusive interview with SeaFolks (

“Taking over the vessels was not the only challenge but changing the mind of seafarers to join the company was the most important part and TSMI successfully did that in their very initial phase,” says Wadhwa.

TSMI climbed the success ladder in a very short span with quality efforts by their team which has resulted into 80 percent of retention rate of seafarers and making them the popular choice among the seafarers.

Along with generating quality employment service for the seafarers, TSMI also secures their family generating positive and satisfied seafarers. Generating royalties in turn for the company.

TSMI’s mission is comprised of acquiring 100 vessels until the year 2020 with the trust of seafarers and service excellence.

TSMI consider seafarers as their greatest assets and also measure their quality of service with the retention rate of seafarers, thus being “The Employer of Choice.” Mr. G Sridhar, Senior manager, Marine HR of Target Ship Management, India says that the only success mantra for providing quality manpower is to “Train them, train them and train them again.”

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