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PFS Supplier[disputed]


Abandonment ID: 00297
Nombre del buque:PFS Supplier[disputed]
No. OMI:9221176
Puerto de abandono:Mumbai
Fecha de abandono:16 Agosto 2017
Fecha de notificación:16 Agosto 2017
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF)
No. de marinos:7
Circunstancias:FINANCIAL BANKRUPTCY. Four crew plus 2 new joiners on board, Master has signed off and left the vessel. Crew have not received wages for more than 6 months and some are owned wages from previous contract.
Acciones tomadas:16 Agosto 2017: Other
Estado de la repatriación:Other
Master has signed off, 6 remain on board
Estado del pago:Other
Comentarios y observaciones:International Chamber of Shipping (25 Septiembre 2017)
From: Capt. Kapil Kekre []
Sent: 22 September 2017 15:12
To: Natalie Shaw
Cc: CEO INSA; Peter Hinchliffe;
Subject: RE: Abandonment cases: PFS Brave and PFS Supplier


To update further, we are given to understand that action has been initiated. PNI club has been involved and next week club has assured of releasing amount of funds agreed in consultation with Owners and Bankers .

Trust the information is helpful.

Best Regards,
Kapil Kekre

Indian National Shipowners’ Association
22, Maker Tower F,
Cuffe Parade,
Mumbai 400 005.

Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (23 Abril 2018)
Dear Sunil D’Souza

Many thanks for your email. I’m happy to confirm to the administrators of the database that the P&I club has fulfilled its obligations in relation to the liability for repatriation and 4 months outstanding wages. Am I correct to understand that there is an ongoing court case for the rest of the outstanding remuneration due to the crew?

Kind regards

Katie Higginbottom

Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (25 Abril 2018)
Subject: RE: TOP Urgent PFS Brave, PFS Courage, PFS Supplier

Dear Sunil
Thanks for the confirmation. I will advise the ILO and IMO accordingly. This means the cases will be marked as ‘disputed’ which is the term given when the seafarers have been repatriated but full remuneration has yet be recovered. Once the outstanding payment is received by the crew it can be deemed ‘resolved’.
Best, Katie

Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF)

Última actualización: Miércoles - 25 Abril 2018 10:54:49^ top

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