Ship-owners considering an investment in wind-assisted propulsion are faced with numerous questions. C-Job’s own long-term research, supplemented by additional graduate studies, means that they are the go-to partner for ship-owners looking for independent advice.
C-Job Naval Architects is proud to announce that two of its engineers have been asked to participate in two International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress committees.
The strength of an engineer lies in not only in the knowledge that they have but also in the application of their knowledge. General Manager Jeroen Liesveld talks about the importance of training and development at C-Job.
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With their complementary services and track records, C-Job and American naval architectural company Glosten are teaming up to create optimised maritime design solutions for some specialist sectors.
C-Job’s new Buckling Tool allows ship structures to be optimised at the earliest stages of Concept Design. It also gives a better understanding of plated structures in Basic and Detail designs. Lead Naval Architect Nikos Papapanagiotou explains how.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.