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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MS Project implementation at C-Job Nikolayev

Earlier we shared this case at XIV Microsoft Kyiv Project Conference with short overview for our followers in Social Media. In response to numerous requests we are excited to tell more precisely about MS Project implementation and adaptation at C-Job Nikolayev....

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Simplified 3D model

One of the key factors to have a successful start of the engineering project is to have a full library of equipment and components available. C-Job designs are accompanied by 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗺𝗽𝘁 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗸𝗳𝗹𝗼𝘄 𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗮𝗰𝗵 - one working week is enough to generate a complete amount of...

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ISO 9001:2015 certification for C-Job Nikolayev

C-Job Nikolayev – the naval architecture and marine engineering company, part of C-Job Naval Architects, based in Ukraine – has received the ISO 9001:2015 certification. The certification is proof that C-Job Nikolayev is aware of the requirements of its stakeholders,...

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What C-Job did in 2019 | Infographic

What did C-Job achieve in 2019? Check everything you need to know in this infographic about C-Job, one of the largest independent ship design & engineering companies in the...

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Finite Element Analysis – getting a closer look

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is an integral part of structural engineering, and as such, plays a key role in the ship design process. In this article, C-Job’s Lead Naval Architect Nikos Papapanagiotou (from the head office in the Netherlands) and FEA Lead Engineer...

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C-Job’s first international office in Nikolayev

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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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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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

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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