To ensure maximum cargo intake, even crane splits, as per agreement with terminals, optimal draft and trim using minimum ballast but always aiming for lowest possible fuel consumption, in compliance with safety rules and through the enforcement of the line’s business policy.
-In charge of the creation of loading /unloading plans and quality of same.
-Ensure that Voyages and port operations are run effectively.
-Liaises with local agents and terminal operational teams for smooth and optimal port operation.
-To ensure in collaboration with Captains/First Officers, the good conditions of the vessels’ seaworthiness throughout the voyage.
-Plan vessel to the budget capacity in order to meet and support the line’s business objective.
-Minimize re-stowage when achieving full capacity.
-Optimize cargo intake and establish max intake on the deployed route
-Optimize trim and draft through optimal stowage always ensuring minimal fuel consumption for the voyage.
-Study and validate requests for Out Of Gauge (OOG) special containers, Break Bulk cargo
-To insure that hazardous materials have been approved by the Dangerous Cargo Desks
-Following the request of the CMD / Area Logistics Department and Partners on MTY container distribution and change of container destinations requests.
-Effective negotiation with terminal planning departments.
- Good leadership and communication skills to establish effective working relationships
- Strong Communication, Interpersonal and networking Skills
- Good Problem Solving ability & Patient attitude
- Diligence and focus
- Good command over written and spoken English and preferable Arabic.
- Ability to negotiate and persuade
- Ability to work effectively under pressure
- Time management’s skills.
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- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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About This Company
With the vision of “Linking the Middle East to the World”, the United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) was established in 1976. UASC is jointly owned by six Arab states, namely Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Bahrain. Although UASC is headquartered in Kuwait, its corporate office, including its commercial and operational functions, is based in Dubai. Globally, the company’s business is managed through four regional offices in Singapore, London, Dubai and New Jersey.
Currently ranked among the top 20 global container carriers in terms of capacity, UASC operates 47 container vessels and roughly 400,000 TEU on 14 services. UASC also offers chemical and bulk transport services. Building on nearly 35 years of reliable service, UASC has earned its name as a market leader in Middle East related trades and continues to expand globally. UASC currently employs over 2,000 staff in 20 countries.