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Ship Management International interviews IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill

IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill was delighted to be interviewed for the January/February issue of Ship Management International, published today (29th February). In the ‘How I Work’ feature, she talks about her role as CEO, which she took up last autumn, and also lists what she sees as the vital assets that help the charitable organisation …

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IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill recognised as one of Top 100 Women in maritime

Catherine Mulvihill, CEO of MENAS’ parent organisation IFAN (International Foundation for Aids to Navigation), has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Women in the maritime industry by All About Shipping. The shortlist was compiled from a total of 1,007 women who were nominated from all sectors of the shipping industry. Ms Mulvihill said: …

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Our February newsletter is out now!

In this issue, we talk about the official ceremony to launch MENAS’ new solar panel system at its Bahrain headquarters. There’s also news about the visit by MENAS’ parent organisation, IFAN, to IALA’s headquarters in France, where discussions focused on the 2024 IALA World-Wide Academy work plan and strategies to strengthen relations between IALA and IFAN.  Plus, …

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MENAS underlines its environmental commitment with launch of solar panel system

Middle East Navigation Aids Service (MENAS) has underscored its commitment to the environment and renewable energy by officially unveiling its new solar power project that will save up to 90% of the company’s electrical energy consumption. In a project lasting several months, the Photovoltaic (PV) Solar System was installed on the MENAS building’s roof and …

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MENAS Video Reel

MENAS highlights its work in new video reel

For over a century, MENAS has played a vital role in developing Aids to Navigation (AtoN) in the Gulf, helping to keep ships and seafarers safe and protecting the marine environment. As we kick off a new year, here’s a short insight into just some of the activities MENAS undertakes, including the maintenance and operation …

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MENAS meets with Saudi National Maritime Academy to discuss courses for Gulf

Future cooperation on the delivery of marine courses for the Gulf region was discussed when MENAS General Manager Mahdi Al Mosawi and Training & Quality Manager Jaffer Abdulla met with Capt. Turki Al Shehri, Managing Director of Saudi National Maritime Academy and his management and academy teams. In the meeting, held on 10th December at …

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Strengthening maritime navigation: IFAN Meeting in Doha

In a significant stride towards enhancing maritime navigation, the International Foundation for Aids to Navigation (IFAN) recently attended a top-level meeting in Doha, Qatar. The meeting, hosted at the Ministry of Transport offices on 13th and 14th November, brought together key IFAN attendees, along with government representatives, and experts from the United Kingdom Hydrographers Office …

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MENAS AtoN course Nov 23

First of its kind Aids to Navigation course held in Middle East to enhance maritime safety in the Gulf

A first of its kind training course for the Middle East has been held to teach mariners about the basic concept of Aids to Navigation (AtoN) after a clear need was identified from potential clients. Run by Middle East Navigation Services (MENAS) with co-operation with Bahrain Port Maritime Affairs PMA , the Level 3 course …

First of its kind Aids to Navigation course held in Middle East to enhance maritime safety in the Gulf Read More »

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Ship Management International interviews IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill

IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill was delighted to be interviewed for the January/February issue of Ship Management International, published today (29th February). In the ‘How I Work’ feature, she talks about her role as CEO, which she took up last autumn, and also lists what she sees as the vital assets that help the charitable organisation …

Ship Management International interviews IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill Read More »

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IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill recognised as one of Top 100 Women in maritime

Catherine Mulvihill, CEO of MENAS’ parent organisation IFAN (International Foundation for Aids to Navigation), has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Women in the maritime industry by All About Shipping. The shortlist was compiled from a total of 1,007 women who were nominated from all sectors of the shipping industry. Ms Mulvihill said: …

IFAN CEO Catherine Mulvihill recognised as one of Top 100 Women in maritime Read More »

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Our February newsletter is out now!

In this issue, we talk about the official ceremony to launch MENAS’ new solar panel system at its Bahrain headquarters. There’s also news about the visit by MENAS’ parent organisation, IFAN, to IALA’s headquarters in France, where discussions focused on the 2024 IALA World-Wide Academy work plan and strategies to strengthen relations between IALA and IFAN.  Plus, …

Our February newsletter is out now! Read More »

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MENAS underlines its environmental commitment with launch of solar panel system

Middle East Navigation Aids Service (MENAS) has underscored its commitment to the environment and renewable energy by officially unveiling its new solar power project that will save up to 90% of the company’s electrical energy consumption. In a project lasting several months, the Photovoltaic (PV) Solar System was installed on the MENAS building’s roof and …

MENAS underlines its environmental commitment with launch of solar panel system Read More »

MENAS Video Reel

MENAS highlights its work in new video reel

For over a century, MENAS has played a vital role in developing Aids to Navigation (AtoN) in the Gulf, helping to keep ships and seafarers safe and protecting the marine environment. As we kick off a new year, here’s a short insight into just some of the activities MENAS undertakes, including the maintenance and operation …

MENAS highlights its work in new video reel Read More »

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MENAS meets with Saudi National Maritime Academy to discuss courses for Gulf

Future cooperation on the delivery of marine courses for the Gulf region was discussed when MENAS General Manager Mahdi Al Mosawi and Training & Quality Manager Jaffer Abdulla met with Capt. Turki Al Shehri, Managing Director of Saudi National Maritime Academy and his management and academy teams. In the meeting, held on 10th December at …

MENAS meets with Saudi National Maritime Academy to discuss courses for Gulf Read More »

IFAN UKHO Qatar

Strengthening maritime navigation: IFAN Meeting in Doha

In a significant stride towards enhancing maritime navigation, the International Foundation for Aids to Navigation (IFAN) recently attended a top-level meeting in Doha, Qatar. The meeting, hosted at the Ministry of Transport offices on 13th and 14th November, brought together key IFAN attendees, along with government representatives, and experts from the United Kingdom Hydrographers Office …

Strengthening maritime navigation: IFAN Meeting in Doha Read More »

MENAS AtoN course Nov 23

First of its kind Aids to Navigation course held in Middle East to enhance maritime safety in the Gulf

A first of its kind training course for the Middle East has been held to teach mariners about the basic concept of Aids to Navigation (AtoN) after a clear need was identified from potential clients. Run by Middle East Navigation Services (MENAS) with co-operation with Bahrain Port Maritime Affairs PMA , the Level 3 course …

First of its kind Aids to Navigation course held in Middle East to enhance maritime safety in the Gulf Read More »