October 24th, 2018 Conference Held For AIMS Officers, Crew

A conference for AIMS officers and crew members was held at the Crossworld training area in Makati City where CEO Stefanos Pesmazolou talked about the business and safety culture. This marks the first time AIMS held a conference in Crossworld.

July 23rd, 2018 Crossworld partners with PGH for Blood donation drive

Manila, Philippines – Crossworld Marine Services Inc. held a blood donation activity in partnership with the Phiippine General Hospital (PGH).

July 19th, 2018 Crossworld crewmembers top PMMA class of 2018

Manila, Philippines – Two crew members of Crossworld Marine Services, Inc. graduated on top of their class in the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy.

June 28th, 2018 Crossworld Builds Santa’s Sleigh

Santa’s ‘sleigh’ is coming to the Philippines and it will be in the country for a while as well as Santa himself.

June 28th, 2018 Crossworld’s Partners, Clients & Friends get together for Possidonia Event

Crossworld holds a party for principals, partners and friends during the Posidonia International Shipping Exhibition in Greece. The party was held at Vouliagmeni Lake in Athens last June 6.

February 1st, 2018 Crossworld holds Christmas party for kids

Manila, Philippines – It was a ‘merry’ Christmas indeed as Crossworld organized a Christmas party for kids last December 15. Children from Bahay Aruga, Parola kids and kids of Crossworld employees got together and bonded at the Trag Main Social Hall of the The Residences at Greenbelt.

February 1st, 2018 Marina Chief Sacked

Manila, Philippines - Maritime Industry Authority Chief Marcial Amaro has been fired by President Rodrigo Duterte for his supposed excessive travels in his 13-month stint as the agency’s head. Amaro supposedly traveled abroad 24 times since he was appointed as Marina Administrator.

February 1st, 2018 Ph re-elected to Int’l Maritime Council Category C

The Philippines has been re-elected to the council of the United Nations’ International Maritime Organization in charge of maritime safety, security and environment protection. The Philippines obtained 124 out of 160 votes on December 1 under Category C, placing 13th among 20 elected IMO member-states under the said category.