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Experience/Skills: • Preparing, coordinating, and distributing of stow ments for space availability and maximization of stow.

• 5 + years’ experience within the maritime industry plans for RoRo vessels for all trades being handled • Provide space info for present and future vessels in demonstrating progressive levels of responsibility in in the Americas. This includes both pre stow and ? nal order to maximize the areas of vessel/marine operations. stow plans for vessels and ports assigned. • Work with other of? ces/agents regarding additional • Supervision experience preferred. • Preparation, distribution, and the designation of cargo bookings to enhance overall revenue based on • Advanced knowledge of vessel planning/space cal- stow plans to stowage coordinators, including the fol- space.

culations. lowing: • Close out vessel with actual space utilization report.

• Strong communication skills, both verbal and writ- • Working with Trade Departments for booking info. • Marine Technical Support: Investigate and report ten. • Communicating with Vessels regarding adjustable cargo handling capabilities within destination ports. • Strong Computer skills in Word, Excel and Outlook panels, tentative stow, and stability calculations (Chief Provide Sales and Trade teams info regarding general preferable. Mates) cargo characteristics and handling capabilities. This • Ability and willingness to work outside of normal • Obtaining ? nal Ground Lists from Customer Service in conjunction with Area Managers in respective re- business hours, based on vessel movement. Reps for a port pre stow plan. gions.

• Demonstrate effective “Integrity Value” by consis- • Coordinating with Area Managers regarding cargo • Miscellaneous tently acting courteously and working well with cus- location in port, loading sequence, gang size, produc- • Any other stow and handling support as requested tomers, co-workers and vendors. tion, etc. by Area Managers.

Responsibilities: • Distributing plan to vessel, stevedores, and Area • Demonstrate effective “Intensity Value” by acting • Supervision and delegation of marine stowage coor- Managers for local planning. strategically and sharing the Company’s vision with dinators’ assignments as required. Ensuring vessels, • Task includes a Final stow plan and Cargo Summary team or co-workers terminals, and internal personnel have timely and ac- for all load ports. Info sent to vessels, various NYK • Apply “Innovation Value” by striving for continuous curate plans for vessels working. Preparing, distribut- of? ces, stevedores and agents in discharge ports. improvement ing, and delegation to stowage coordinators of stow • Vessel space calculations and supervision/delega- plans for RoRo vessels for all trades being handled in tion of stowage coordinators’ assignments.

the Americas. • Obtain booking info from respective Trade depart-


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