C-Job expands to USA

C-Job Naval Architects is set to open a new office in the USA. The Dutch naval architecture firm has selected Houston, Texas as the base to expand its business in the United States.   Houston Texas Talking about the decision to expand the company’s operations, C-Job...

C-Job’s growth: keeping it sustainable

As C-Job heads for the future, Wietse Bandstra outlines some of the key projects that have contributed to the company’s growth. “Growth means adapting to new circumstances in a world where change is the only constant,” he says.

Building Supervision: part of C-Job’s on-site support services

Building Supervision is C-Job Naval Architects’ direct, hands-on support of the ship construction or refit process. Encompassing Site Management and Superintendence projects, it is a discipline that connects the company’s extensive theoretical knowledge with practical experience of people like Project Manager Hans Stoit. “It’s my role as site manager to unburden the client by taking care of all the issues that need to be taken care of.”

The next step in C-Job’s ammonia research

For a number of years now, C-Job has believed that ammonia could be a viable option as a clean and sustainable marine fuel. The company’s investigations into the subject took an important step forward last month with the publishing of new research by Niels de Vries, one of C-Job’s Lead Architects.

C-Job Summer Event – a new tradition is born

On a sunny afternoon in June, C-Job Naval Architects hosted its Summer Event. Held at its new Rotterdam office, guests were treated to inspirational speakers and a chance to catch up with friends and acquaintances.

One year anniversary for C-Job Nikolayev

One year anniversary for C-Job Nikolayev

Andrey Zherebetsky, Managing Director of C-Job Nikolayev, talks about how to rapidly build and manage a successful team of naval architects and maritime engineers for a multinational client base.

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New office for C-Job Rotterdam

New office for C-Job Rotterdam

Needing more space for its growing team and the wish for a more maritime character, the C-Job Rotterdam office is moving to a new location early next year. General Manager Maarten Veldhuizen explains further.

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2020 Global sulphur cap | Free Compliance Tool

2020 Global sulphur cap | Free Compliance Tool

C-Job has launched its global sulphur cap Compliance Tool. For ship owners operating in any maritime sector, the tool is an easy-to-use and free way to find out the most effective method of complying with the International Maritime Organization’s global sulphur cap that will come into effect on 1 January 2020.

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Maritime Designer Award nomination for C-Job Data Scientist

Maritime Designer Award nomination for C-Job Data Scientist

C-Job Naval Architects’ Data Scientist Roy de Winter has been nominated for the 2018 Maritime Designer Award. This is for his work on ‘Accelerated Concept Design’ – a design optimisation method that enables quick design iterations and exciting options while saving a significant amount of time.

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Interview with Volvo Ocean Race skipper Simeon Tienpont

Interview with Volvo Ocean Race skipper Simeon Tienpont

Simeon Tienpont was skipper for team AkzoNobel in the 2017/18 edition of the Volvo Ocean Race. Looking back at some of the highs and lows of the race, Simeon shares his insights into team selection and how developments in high performance sailing filter down to the naval architecture sector.

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C-Job Naval Architects joins Ammonia Energy Association

C-Job Naval Architects joins Ammonia Energy Association

C-Job is now a member of the internationally recognised Ammonia Energy Association. The first step in this exciting development of C-Job’s ongoing research into using ammonia as ship’s fuel is participation at the 15th annual NH3 Fuel Conference in Pittsburgh, USA.

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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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