The French Ambassador, Arnaud Suquet had to see it for himself. He heard that the Academy produces some of the top-notch maritime resource personnel in the world. He was joined by two representatives of CMA-CGM, the third-largest shipping company in the world. He acknowledged Bandari Maritime Academy as a state-of-the-art facility that produces skilled human capital in the marine industry, which is core in business development in the private and public sectors globally.
He was glad to be part of the partnership between the Academy and CMA-CGM. Being a center of excellence in maritime training he assured our students they would have more employment opportunities in the CMA-CGM shipping line.
Previous students from BMA gave their wonderful experience after having gotten a chance to work in the CMA-CGM shipping line. They urged their peers to work hard and maintain discipline just as they were taught at the Academy and they would definitely get their chance to work at the globally established shipping line.
Students diligently listen to a representative from CMA-CGM as he encourages them. He highlights that the partnership will allow even more opportunities for successful students from the Academy to get employed in the shipping line.