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Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Maritime Services’ Command, Control, Communications, Computers 

and Intelligence  services provide the necessary support and coordination to 

enable global operations.
Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the only all-in-one Maritime & Shipping Concierge Service in India serving the varieties of Shipping Companies, Training Institutes, Service Agencies and Government Organizations in India.

Sree Krishna Shipping Services is the world's leading marine services provider. Through its alliance, partnership, franchise and MOU network of some 255 offices employing over 3,500 people across 66 territories, SKSS provides its customers with an unparalleled global resource delivered locally and tailored to each customer's individual needs.

Its diversified customer base includes clients across the oil, cruise, container and bulk commodity sectors as well as serving naval, government and inter-governmental clients. Additionally, SKSS provides landside commercial and humanitarian logistics, transit, offshore support and other associated marine services.

The Company also provides a growing range of outsourcing services. These include global crew and marine spares logistics; port agency management and commercial representation; and sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning solutions through its Technical Division and other associated services.
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Humanitarian Logistics Services
As disasters (natural and man-made) continue to make an appearance in Humanitarian Logistics Servicesregular intervals, Sree Krishna Maritime Services, an expert in area of logistics and supply chain management has taken its 1st steps towards contributing to the cause of Humanitarian Logistics. Humanitarian Logistics is a branch of logistics which specializes in organizing the delivery and warehousing of supplies during natural disasters or complex emergencies to the affected area and people. Type and quantity of the resources, way of procurement and storage of the supplies, tools of tracking and means of transportation to the stricken area, specialization of teams participating in the operation and plan of cooperation between these teams, are some important issues that are connected directly to humanitarian logistics

Education and Training: Sree Krishna Maritime Services has partnered with several social organizations to conduct training and courses in Disaster Management Logistics for their citizen volunteers, to give them a practical experience in logistics management with a view of relief supply. As a part of this project, employees of Sree Krishna Maritime Services develop the course material, audio visual aids, and presentations and form the core faculty for this course. Students are also taken for site visits to Sree Krishna Maritime Services warehouses to help them understand the crux of operations during disasters. At the end of the course Sree Krishna Maritime Services provides internship to students who prepare projects on management of disasters which help us review and better our relief management project plans. Sree Krishna Maritime Services Humanitarian Logistics Program will be replicated with other educational institutes and NGOs with this in the coming months.

Relief Operations: Sree Krishna Maritime Services is working on setting up operational plans and networks, with the help of NGOs where Sree Krishna Maritime Services, as experts in Logistics will use and develop technology to aid humanitarian agencies with efficient logistics. This plan will be tested and set in motion in the face of disasters, where Sree Krishna Maritime Services warehouses will help in storage and inventory management and Sree Krishna Maritime Services Connect, its distribution arm will provide the backbone for effectively disbursing and tracing the supply of relief material. The current operational plan is being prepared keeping in mind the very real and impending floods that Mumbai city faces every monsoons.
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Posted on 07 Dec 2010 by Christina Fernandez
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