Packet Offered On Hiring Filipino Seamen

In conjunction with its twomonth exhibit at the Philippine Center, 556 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y., the National Seamen Board of the Philippines will provide a free information packet to anyone interested in learning more about the growing role of Filipino mariners in the international maritime industry.

The information packet contains an eight-page, four-color brochure that covers Philippine seafaring history, a review of the reasons why Filipino seamen are the most sought after in the world today, and a description of their training programs.

In addition, the packet includes detailed information inserts on the "Rules and Regulations in Recruitment and Placement of Filipino Seamen Aboard Foreign- Going Ships"; "Employment and Protection of Filipino Seafarers"; "Filipino Seafarers the World Over," and "A Primer of the National Seamen Board." A directory of registered manning agents in the Philippines and a list of International Philippine Labor attaches who can be contacted by shipowners who wish to make their shipboard operations more profitable are also included.

For your free kit, write the National Seamen Board, Philippine Center, 556 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036, on your company letterhead.

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