Regional Project Cargo Director - Pacific

Location Singapore
Discipline: Maritime
Contact name: Brijesh Mongia

Contact email: brijeshm@caliber8.sg
Job ref: 469
Published: about 1 month ago

Our client is a shipping company with a diverse portfolio of vessels and is looking for someone to spearhead their project cargo business within the APAC & Middle East region to be based in Singapore.

Responsibilities:

 

  • Responsible for developing new business and for day to day commercial activities and operations. Fill a leadership role by finding / following new business opportunities for Project activities, interacting with chartering and operations as well external service providers for efficient, economical vessel operation and service clients in accordance with client expectations.
  • Develop a strong business relationship with defined OEM´s, EPC´s, Project Owners, and Freight Forwarders, and make sure the company is invited to bid for relevant project opportunities including larger capital investment projects controlled in the region. 
  • Act as a bid manager for larger RFQ´s for major capital investment projects and respond to large RFQ´s / Tender documents together with the global Project team as well as other parts of the organization. 
  • Participate in developing and modify trade tariffs for new project cargo trades

Requirement:

  • More than 10 years of working experience from Breakbulk / Heavy Lift Carriers / Breakbulk liner trader and/or experience from Project Freight Forwarder involved in Development as well as Project Execution.
  • Good technical (and commercial) understanding related to movement and handling of Break Bulk Cargo, Out of Gauge, and Heavy-Lift operations at sea and on land.
  • Ideally having experience servicing larger EPC contractors and manufacturers within the following sectors: Oil & Gas, Power & Renewable Energy, Mining, Mobility, and Industrial.

We look forward to hearing from you! Press Easy Apply or reach out to Brijesh Mongia at brijeshm@caliber8.sg for a confidential discussion