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We have been in the crewing business for almost 40 years now.  Find out why we were given a Presidential Award of Excellence. 
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Salute!

You truly exemplify our TRIPLE* values for every job well done. 

Good job on your licenses!
  • 2/E Chan, Marck David
  • OIC Ballesteros, Paulo Antonio
  • C/O Esick, Donny
  • C/O Payas, Ariel
  • OIC Cristobal, Marlon
  • OIC Merelos, Kenneth Andrew
Good job onboard!
  • 3/O Ledesma, Alfie
  • C/M Mendez, Noriel
  • O/S Jumawan, Marlon
  • OLR Prades, Jerald
  • OLR Borromeo, Gandy
  • BSN Derige, Joseph
  • AB Clavecilla, Antonio
  • OS del Barrio, Jayson
(Not on this list?  Contact your Marine Personnel Officer so we can update your record and acknowledge your achievement!) 
 
*TRIPLE represents the core values of Wallem Philippines which stands for Teamwork, Resourcefulness, Integrity, Professionalism, Loyalty, and Excellence.

Loyalty Awardees

Thank you for your zeal and dedication.


Loyalty is one of the concepts represented in TRIPLE* - and just like the rest of the core values of WMSI, it is impressed upon employees old and new.  But what does loyalty actually mean? When can we say that an employee is loyal to the company?

A very good mentor once told me - while being with just one company for a long period instantly suggests loyalty, it is not necessarily so all the time.  

Protecting the interest of the company.  That is one of the more important manifestations of loyalty.  

If you see something wrong and you say something about it, if another employee is lax and we give reminders and encouragement, if we guard the policies and procedures that ensure anything inimical to the core values is prevented - that is definite and undeniable loyalty as well.  

Service Awardees:


10 years
Van Fuentes-Lingling
Arlene Cruz
Carmen Alamil 

5 years
Eleonor Alvarez
Josephine dela Cruz
Katrina Torres
Roselyn Libutan 
Roseann Bocabal 
Katrina Maravilla 
Maryjoy Rosario
35 years
Edwin Azucena

25 years
Rizalina Manalo

20 years
Teodoro Ignacio
Roberto Aurelio
Joel Villareal 

15 years
Cristina Oben-Nazareno
Rachelle Gay Suba
Employees doing cardio.

A Different Kind of Training


Employees of Wallem Philippines are in for a different kind of training - physical fitness!

Starting with the recently popular 7-minute workout, a series of activities are now slated twice a month which includes cardio exercises, body-weight training, and Zumba!
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Your Vessel:
Rio 2016

RIO 2016 is the first vessel in a series of two shuttle tankers in Brazilian water operation, designed by Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd. This vessel was chartered to Petroleo Brasileiro SA.

The ship is built under the survey of DNV and designed in accordance with IACS common structure rule (CSR). The vessel has six pairs of cargo oil tanks, two slop tanks, fore and aft peak tanks, segregated water ballast tanks, fuel oil tanks and fresh water tanks. Cargo tanks are divided by plane type transverse and longitudinal bulkhead. Engine room and living quarters, and the navigation bridge are located aft.


The ship was designed as IMO DP Class 2 shuttle tanker, and is outfitted with a single slow speed diesel engine, one controllable pitch propeller, two bow and one stern thrusters, one bow and one stern retractable azimuth thruster and a bow loading system suitable for tandem loading operation in the Campos Basin. It has a flush deck with forecastle deck for arrangement of the bow loading system. And the full spade rudder with flap system has been installed for good maneuverability.


The main engine of MAN 6S70ME-C8.2 Tier II is derated to 15,200 kW of MCR at 82rpm for fuel economy and flexible operation at part load. The speed of the vessel at draft of 16m is 14.8 knots at 90% MCR (13,680 kW) with 15% sea margin. 
 

Length, o.a. 278.5m
Length, b.p. 264m
Beam 48m
Depth 23.1m
Draft 17.15m
Deadweight Tonnage 155,710 ton
Displacement 183,367 ton
Gross Tonnage 83,078 ton
Speed 14.8 knots 
Cargo oil 167,500 cu. m.
Heavy oil 500 cu. m.
Marine diesel and gas oil 500 cu. m.
Water ballast: 52,600 cu. m.
Flag Greece
Classification DNV
Main Engines MAN B&W / 6S70ME-C8.2 
Generators HHI
Cargo control system Saab 
Fire detection system Hanla
Fire extinguishing systems NK
Integrated bridge Kongsberg 
Bridge control system HHI
Sewage plant Jonghap Machinery
Bow Loading System Aker Pusnes AS
DP system Kongsberg 
Diesel switch Jowa Technology

 

(As published in the December 2013 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News -www.marinelink.com)

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