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Interview with Mr. Salducci, President Station de Pilotage de Marseille - Fos


published on 8 December 2021 34 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Union Maritime et Fluviale de Marseille-Fos". Originally published on 2021-11-26.
« L’UMF continue sa campagne de communication sur la valorisation des métiers du maritime et de la logistique🔊🕛🕛 !!».

Pour cette dernière publication de la semaine « dans la peau d’un pilote de port » l’UMF vous dévoile une vidéo du président de la station de pilotage Jean-Philippe Salducci qui vous parle de son métier, son parcours, les qualités requises et le rôle de l’UMF comme acteur majeur de la place portuaire de Marseille-Fos

Pour plus d’informations sur le métier, rendez-vous sur le site : https://www.pilotage-mrs.com/ ou https://umf.asso.fr/fr/le-pilote

#Communication #Métier #Pilote #Maritime #Marseille #UMF #Immersion #Valorisation #Emploi #Formation

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"The UMF continues its communication campaign on the promotion of maritime and logistics professions🔊🕛🕛 !!".

For this last publication of the week "in the shoes of a port pilot" the @UMF shows a video of the president of the pilot station Jean-Philippe Salducci who talks to you about his job, his career, the qualities required and the role of the UMF as a major player in the port of Marseille-Fos.

For more information on the profession, please visit : https://www.pilotage-mrs.com/ or https://umf.asso.fr/en/pilot

#Communication #Job #Pilot #Maritime #Marseille #UMF #Immersion #Valorisation #Employment #Training
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