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MBNA Thames Clippers sails away with British Marine Federation Award

MBNA Thames Clippers has been named the best marine business to work for by the British Marine Foundation (BMF). The company has scooped the award in the ‘over 10 employees’ category as part of the annual awards by BMF, which represents around 4,200 businesses across the UK.

As part of the award entry the company had to showcase its leadership and engagement, staff wellbeing, training and development and demonstrate giving something back to the local and boating communities. The judges noted “the fantastic employer and employee communication and clarity of business aims. The staff talk highly of the fact that they like the ‘open door’ policy CEO Sean Collins has for all workers at the company and this has resulted in him being very highly respected by his team.”  

Emma Crompton, MBNA Thames Clippers Fleet Training Coordinator and Master, who collected the Award along with Olesja Strinovica, Fleet Support Manager, commented:  

“It’s an honour to have received this prestigious award for best marine company to work for. MBNA Thames Clippers was founded over 16 years ago as a small, family run business. There are now over 250 employees working for the company but it has still retained that friendly atmosphere where everybody is valued no matter what their role. Our Award will take pride of place in our offices.”  

MBNA Thames Clippers operates the fleet of 13 catamarans which offers London’s commuters and sightseers a comfortable and relaxed way to get from A to B and to take in the capital.

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