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C-Job plans expansion in Greece

Ship design and engineering specialist C-Job Naval Architects is expanding its network with the opening of an office in Athens, Greece.

Nikos Papapanagiotou.

The company plans to open the office this spring. Nikos Papapanagiotou will take on the role of general manager in Athens. He said: “C-Job has seen significant growth over the past few years in both the industry as well as in the demand for our services. To enable us to continue to meet this demand now and in the future, we are opening an office in Athens.

“We have a history of working with naval architects and engineers from Greece and have close relations to several universities. By opening an office in Athens, we are excited to be able to provide opportunities for local talent; both young and senior, to come work for us as well as expand on our Research and Development efforts.”

C-Job currently has five offices worldwide with its headquarters on the outskirts of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Last year it opened an office in Houston, Texas to be closer to its American clients and further explore the US market, as HLPFI reported here.

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