IMMAJInternational Mariners Management Association of Japan
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31 at Pier 15 of Manila South Harbor, IMMAJ chairman Akamine said: "We have desired to further support the education of our Filipino cadets to pursue their aspirations to to become world-class maritime officers in the Japanese merchant fleet." He said the discussions on this training ship began in 2014.
'When the vision became a reality, IMMAJ placed an order with MIHO Shipyard in the Tsuneishi Group.
Oca and Admiral Santos in working with the leadership of IMMAJ, AJSU, MIHO, PJMCC and TSUNEISHI for the construction of the new training ship.
Akamine expressed gratitude to Filipino seafarers who he described continue to do a very important role in Japan's maritime industry of Japan, reiterating that their organization (IMMAJ) "directly" benefits from the graduation of the midshipmen and women, as he expressed high hopes that the near future, more Filipino seafarers would be deployed to work in Japanese ships.
IMMAJ has 96 members, composed of shipowners and managers, crewing firms, with 2,389 vessels and 48,703 seafarers from Japan, the Philippines and other countries
Conrado Oca; All Japan Seaman Union (AJSU) acting President Yasumi Morita; International Mariners Management Association of Japan (IMMAJ) Chairman Masami Sasaki; Philippine-Japan Manning Consultative Council, Inc., Chairman Eduardo Manese and other officials.