Supporting Padmos Shipyard with fishing vessel design

Padmos Shipyard is winning more and more new build contracts. To meet the need for increased engineering and naval architectural capacity, they contacted C-Job Naval Architects for support. “Our aim is to build the most energy efficient fishing vessels possible – this is a co-operative process with C-Job,” says Walter van Harberden, Project Manager at Padmos.

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C-Job’s response to the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction goals

In April 2018 the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) introduced a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping. Even though these goals are focused a long way into the future, C-Job’s Technical Director Tim Vlaar picks out some highlights from the company’s portfolio to demonstrate an already proven track record and a truly forward-thinking approach.

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C-Job Naval Architects announces partnership with The Ocean Cleanup

C-Job Naval Architects is proud to announce its partnership with The Ocean Cleanup; the non-profit organisation that has designed the first feasible method to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. C-Job will be assisting with engineering capacity and knowledge sharing.

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C-Job responds to continued growth

“At our new offices we have space for up to 50 people. This matches our ambitions for expansion.” Jelle Grijpstra is talking about C-Job’s motivations to relocate its Joure office to Heerenveen. And, in anticipation of sustained future growth, the company has made some important organisational and management changes too.

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Supporting Padmos Shipyard with fishing vessel design

Supporting Padmos Shipyard with fishing vessel design

Padmos Shipyard is winning more and more new build contracts. To meet the need for increased engineering and naval architectural capacity, they contacted C-Job Naval Architects for support. “Our aim is to build the most energy efficient fishing vessels possible – this is a co-operative process with C-Job,” says Walter van Harberden, Project Manager at Padmos.

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C-Job responds to continued growth

C-Job responds to continued growth

“At our new offices we have space for up to 50 people. This matches our ambitions for expansion.” Jelle Grijpstra is talking about C-Job’s motivations to relocate its Joure office to Heerenveen. And, in anticipation of sustained future growth, the company has made some important organisational and management changes too.

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C-Job’s response to the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction goals

C-Job’s response to the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction goals

In April 2018 the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) introduced a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping. Even though these goals are focused a long way into the future, C-Job’s Technical Director Tim Vlaar picks out some highlights from the company’s portfolio to demonstrate an already proven track record and a truly forward-thinking approach.

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A wind-assisted design for sustainable shipping

A wind-assisted design for sustainable shipping

C-Job Naval Architects has just delivered a concept design to Switijnk Shipping that shows that, in order to speed the process of sustainability, some shipping companies are taking the matter into their own hands.

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What C-Job did in 2017 | Infographic

What C-Job did in 2017 | Infographic

How did it go for C-Job in 2017? Check everything you need to know in this infographic about C-Job, the largest independent ship design & engineering company in the Netherlands.

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R&D | Using AIS data to optimise ship design

R&D | Using AIS data to optimise ship design

C-Job’s Research & Development team is using AIS position data to reconstruct a vessel’s operational profile. R&D Engineer Matthys Dijkman: “With this knowledge we can design better vessels that are optimally matched to their operational requirements.”

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Future proof ferries for the GVB

Future proof ferries for the GVB

C-Job has designed a series of five sustainable car and passenger ferries for the GVB Amsterdam. “The vessels will operate 100% on electricity, thus providing an emission-free urban transport solution,” says Project Manager Pim Schulp.

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Beyond Dutch borders | C-Job’s first international office

Beyond Dutch borders | C-Job’s first international office

C-Job Naval Architects has opened its first international office located in the Ukrainian city of Nikolayev. Managing Director of this newly formed subsidiary company Andrey Zherebetsky points out how this new office will bring some important benefits to C-Job’s clients.

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Conversions & Modifications

Conversions & Modifications

C-Job doesn’t just work on new-build ship design projects; a major part of the business also involves engineering tasks for existing vessels. “This type of work is not just about lifespan extension, but also about maximising the efficiency and productivity of the vessel,” says C-Job’s Head of Engineering Tim Vlaar.

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Pump up the pressure | C-Job goes Hydraulics

Pump up the pressure | C-Job goes Hydraulics

In response to the increasing demand for specialist mechanical engineering challenges, C-Job has invested more in its hydraulics skills by bringing Peter Lankreijer into the team. “Because hydraulics systems offer such a flexible source of power, the possibilities for using it in the maritime sector are endless.”

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Designing a dredger with Neptune Marine

Designing a dredger with Neptune Marine

Earlier this year, Neptune Marine delivered a 200m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger. C-Job contributed to the project, called the EuroHopper 200, with the fast completion of an engineering package and production drawings. The productive cooperation between the two companies meant that Neptune could complete the entire project within a nine month timescale.

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C-Job pursues American Dream

C-Job pursues American Dream

After completing its first ship design and engineering projects for American dredging clients, C-Job has strong ambitions for the region. “After these opening contracts, we will take it step by step in other sectors too. Offshore, ferries, inland shipping, mega-yachts – we have the diversity of skills required to make a difference.”

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