C-Job Naval Architects has entered a strategic partnership with American naval architectural firm Glosten. While the two companies will remain independent entities, the aim of their collaborative relationship is to create more value for their respective clients. Glosten and C-Job will achieve this by offering optimised technical teams to clients from a broad range of maritime sectors.


Glosten President Morgan Fanberg and C-Job CEO Basjan Faber

Glosten is a renowned naval architectural and marine engineering company headquartered in Seattle, USA. With more than 60 years of experience, the company’s portfolio of services complements that of C-Job in many aspects.


A shared vision

Meeting at Glosten’s newly opened East Coast offices in New Bedford, Massachusetts, C-Job CEO Basjan Faber and Glosten President Morgan Fanberg, PE, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to formally define the companies’ shared goals and objectives.

“We’ve been looking to expand our operations and follow our American Dream,” stated Basjan enthusiastically. “We’re excited to have found a partner in Glosten, well-known in the American Maritime industry, who share the same vision and values as C-Job. We look forward to what our joint future will bring.”


Multiple market coverage

Looking at the combined track record of the two companies, the new partnership is expected to positively impact design processes across a wide range of ship designs such as research vessels, offshore energy service vessels, and dredging vessels.

In particular, C-Job’s reputation in the offshore wind sector, now combined with Glosten’s substantial experience in ocean renewables, will yield added value to the emerging American offshore wind market.

“This is an important step in formalising what has already been a fruitful relationship over the past several months,” said Morgan. “It is encouraging to see the work we can accomplish together. We look forward to offering these complementary skills to our industry partners around the globe.”