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  • CORE VALUES

    We believe everyone embracing the values of the company will do that is best for all stakeholders, co-workers, and the Organization. We Value: Commitment, Ethical Behavior, Wisdom, Teamwork, Integrity

  • VISION

    To be recognized globally as a leading supplier of quality and competitive Filipino seafarers for the international shipping market.

  • MISSION

    IOTC is a ship manning organization committed to fulfill principal's requirement by providing able-bodied, competent and qualified seafarers for the global shipping market as well as promote continued employment opportunities, through the observance of the highest standards of services, a positive work ethic and collegial wisdom.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Announcement: Cancellation of 2013 Annual Allottees' Family Day


To our crew, allottees and all the members of the IOTC family, 

We regret to inform you that this year our annual Family Day will not push through. Although there is much to celebrate with you over the successes we've had these past twelve months, the recent typhoon over the Eastern Visayas Region has left most of our friends and countrymen homeless, without food and shelter.

IOTC has seen this period as a time in which our resources can be used to help those who are most needy. 

We hope you understand and if there are any instances where you would need our assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your support and we wish you a happy holiday season"

Monday, March 19, 2012

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PLEASE  LEAVE A MESSAGE AT THE "POST A COMMENT" SECTION BELOW FOR YOUR QUESTIONS OR IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE. 

YOU CAN ALSO DIRECTLY INQUIRE AT OUR OFFICE THRU OUR FAMILY CENTER.
OR DOWNLOAD/VIEW THE GUIDE HERE 

VIEW YOUR ONLINE PAYSLIP NOW, CLICK THIS LINK: http://www.manningships.com/
 

Sunday, March 18, 2012

IOTC supports DBP Endowment for Education Program (DEEP)

The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has established the DBP Endowment for Education Program (DEEP) to grant financial assistance to deserving high school graduates who have performed well academically but are financially challenged as the come from the ranks of underprivileged Filipino families.

In search of a continuing supply of top-caliber and highly qualified manpower support for crew operations and as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, Island Overseas Transport Corporation (IOTC) applied with DPB as its eligible program partner.

On its 3rd year of implementation, the DEEP is supporting a total of 858 Scholars in various courses. Over 50% of scholars are into maritime education to support the huge demand for Filipino seafarers.

Qualified applicants will have to pass all qualification requirements of IOTC prior to interview by the DEEP Project Team and or designated representative.  

Click to View Informational Flyers: DEEP Scholarship Qualifications and Requirements 
Click to Download Application Form here: DEEP Application Form 

Monday, July 25, 2011

MV Yamatai Receives Certificate of Appreciation

In May, Yamatai, a module carriers operated by NYK-Hinode Line Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of NYK, which has been engaged in free ocean transport of relief supplies to the northeast region of Japan, was recognized by NYK and certificates of appreciation were granted to each crew member.

The relief supplies were collected through the First Relief Supplies Hotline, which was established by NYK and the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations.

Local governments, the All-Japan Seamen’s Union, NPOs, and other companies contributed to provide these supplies.

The vessel set sail from the port of Kobe on March 24, and arrived at the port of Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture on March 27.

The relief supplies, which included drinking water, food, sanitary goods, and goods for daily life, equivalent to about 146 tons, were distributed to various cities upon completion of discharging.

Source: Masaki Morita. NYK Tokyo Seascope No. 289 (July 2011)