“I joined Seatrans as a cadet in 2015. It is very difficult getting my first
job after school, so I was fortunate to get in touch with the Norwegian company in Constanta in 2014. The following year I signed a contract with Seatrans, along with a number of other cadets from Croatia, Romania and Poland. We were gathered
in Gdansk in Poland for the final course and we were quite nervous, but we were all given assignments. The Seatrans crewing office in Romania also manages dry cargo vessels.
However, I have always been interested in the tanker business, so I asked to be employed on one of Seatrans’ chemical tankers. I am now working on the Trans Catalonia, but I was previously on the Trans Borg, Trans Chemica, Trans Iberia, Trans Holm and the Trans Fjell. “I enjoy working with Seatrans. It is a good and reputable company, and I enjoy the excellent relationship among the crew members we have on board.”