Working in collaboration C-Job Gdansk and C-Job Nikolayev take a holistic approach to maritime decarbonization and provide quick and efficient results. A key component of the global strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is maritime decarbonization.
Cruise liner shipbuilding requires an extremely high-quality approach and is open to sophisticated technologies. The process of building these giants with superlative spaces demands skilled engineers and a deep understanding of the subject.
Mega yachts with their exclusive performance have become a separate area in shipbuilding. Each project consists of advanced technology and innovative ideas. Our goal is to develop technical solutions with the overall aesthetic beauty in mind and exceptional passengers’ comfort.
We are proud to celebrate our business anniversary with C-Job Nikolayev. On the 26th of September in 2017 C-Job Nikolayev started out with a small team and an idea of inventing engineering with the goal to provide immaculate services and professional solutions to our customers.
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.
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, the effectiveness and efficiency of its internal processes, the need for continuous improvement of services.
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 and FEA Lead Engineer Dmitry Volik talk about the relevance of FEA in the field of naval architecture and C-Job’s own skills and experience in the subject.