Maritime Crew

In general, Brazilian Legislation requires local labor hiring for long campaigns in a proportion of ⅓ after the 90th day, ½ after the 180th day and ⅔ after a year. Nowadays, this is also becoming usual to have back up for the expatriated manning to equilibrate crew-change cycles. We have developed a serious solution, considering economical feasibility while protecting our client from the legal risks implied on labor contracts in Brazil.

Hunting and Hiring Brazilian Labor

Third Part and Direct Hiring
Maritime Crew Management
Captain, Chief Mate and Deck officers
Chief Engineer, 2° Engineer and Electricians
Cook, Steward and Mess men
Bosuns, Able Seamen and Deckhand
Welders, Fitters and Mechanicals
General Labor