SMOU has always cared for the welfare of our members and families, even more when they are going through difficult times. SMOU Member of 19 years Mr How Kim Hock,
SMOU is deeply saddened by the passing of a distinguished union leader, Brother Nachiappan RK Sinniah, or Brother Nachi as he was fondly known, and extends our sympathy and heartfelt
The past year brought many changes to the world including the maritime industry due to the ongoing pandemic; with restrictions which made it difficult for SMOU to catch up with the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) companies.
On 9 March 2021, AP Moller (Singapore) Pte Ltd and SMOU came together to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to signify a partnership in support of the Singapore maritime core.
To all officers who served on board vessels covered by SMOU Collective Agreement before 2012, submit your Seafarers' Provident Fund withdrawal application before 1st December 2021.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pgj_p7kULR0 Seniors have always been the key beneficiaries of SMOU’s Lunar New Year festivities. Every year, SMOU would reach out to senior homes to invite senior citizens to join in
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mMMuE4PuV4 With the ongoing pandemic, SMOU continued the Caring and Sharing spirit and kept the tradition by visiting SMOU senior members during Lunar New Year SMOU officials President Mr Rahim
Some young and enthusiastic Myanmar cadets who are groomed to be future seafaring officers participated in the inaugural 2-weeks CadetsPlus online programme conducted by Wavelink Maritime Institute (WMI). More than
Since the early months of 2020, many seafarers around the world have been stranded on ships longer than their contract because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The prolonged time at sea