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GBA Ships implements Adonis HR software package

The MV Logos Hope. Photo: Beth Hutchison The MV Logos Hope. Photo: Beth Hutchison

Charity organisation GBA Ships, a non-profit based in Germany, has implemented the Adonis Personnel Manager software package to manage onboard and offshore HR operations for its flagship vessel, the MV Logos Hope.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The application will be used to help manage the 350-person multinational staff onboard the ship, in areas like training and development, and ensuring compliance with international maritime regulations.

The MV Logos Hope takes part in humanitarian aid projects run in port cities around the world with a staff from over 60 countries, and experiences a high rate of turnover as most serve for one or two years.

“After comparing various packages, Adonis stood out as user friendly, easy to learn, fully functional, highly flexible and more than capable of synchronising the MV Logos Hope with our shore-based operations,” said  Gerard Renger, GBA Ships HRS managing director.

“As a non-profit charity, we are very grateful for their partnership and support, and highly recommend Adonis to any maritime organisation, profit or non-profit.”

GBA’s new HR system manages the embarkation and disembarkation processes of all the crew, staff and guests staying on board, supports immigration and customs clearance on arrival and departure, and enables integrated management of training and crew station bills.

The system also tracks participation of all crew and staff in the onboard training programme as well as on shore-based projects. The medical clinic serving the onboard community additionally uses Adonis to manage vaccinations and patient records.{/mprestriction}

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