About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... If you do good you feel good and when you feel good you do good

A good day to me is when ... To make someone smile

My hero in life is ...My wife

My favorite book is ...Obstacle is the way

One thing I'm grateful for is ... To see today


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Jun 02, 2020 In Search of Incompetence – Profit before Trust. – Deo Volente As we enter the month of June – 2020, where millions of people across the world are struggling with their fight against Corona Virus, I came across a mail in which the management of a shipping company decided to recognise their employee efforts by offering them a one-time bonus of 10 dollars. Even...

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Apr 21, 2020 The father of containerization Malcom McLean was a transport entrepreneur who revolutionized containerization by significantly reducing the cost of freight transportation. He observed that the cargo was loaded manually by longshoremen which resulted in longer port stays and also a lot of cargo spaces were wasted in this manual loading/discharging operations. Great Ideas, it has been said, come into the world as gently as doves. McLean came up with an idea of box shaped cargoes which are now known as containers. McLean took a bank loan and bought two tankers which he converted to carry containers, on and under deck. On 26th April 1956 one of the converted tanker with fifty eight containers sailed out from Port of Newark to Port of Houston and just after one year of this launch i.e. on April 1957, first container ship, the Gateway City began her regular journey and the rest, as we ... Read Full Story

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Apr 17, 2020, 1 smiles Date of incident : 14th Feb 2014 Place : Bay of Biscay (Bay of Biscay is a gulf of the north east Atlantic Ocean, located south of the Celtic Sea. It is well known for it’s rough seas and violent storms and much of this is thanks to its exposure to the Atlantic Ocean.) Our merchant ship was enroute to Valencia from Antwerp, when we encountered high seas resulting in flodding of Steering Gear Room, CO2 Room, Paint Store, Ropes Store, F’cle store and Anchor Chain Locker. Few miles south of us was another merchant ship of our company which on encountering the same weather lost 540 containers, which was indeed a world record in loosing containers at sea. Luckily in our case the there was no injuries to crew and the containers were also intact. To repair the damages, our vessel was diverted to Algeciras but berthing the vessel was again ... Read Full Story

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Apr 14, 2020 Survival Of The Fittest – Deo Volente The strong were bound to be victorious and the weak to perish – Charles Darwin. What makes our human race great is the fact that we have inherited successful traits to evolve ourself. We have weathered many storms and so far we are successful in our voyage of evolution. In nature there is no pity�...

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Apr 03, 2020 Anticipate – Not only to Survive but to Thrive. – Deo Volente In 1996, Chess Grandmaster Kasparov played a six game match against IBM’s Deep Blue. Kasparov lost the first game. It was for the first time a world champion had lost to a computer using regular time controls. However, Kasparov won the match – 3 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. In 1997, Kasparov again ...

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Apr 02, 2020 Self Awareness – Unknown Unknowns – Deo Volente "Ich Dien (I serve)" - Deo Volente “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.” - Donald Rumsfeld. D...