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Brazilian shipping company with 29 vessels is registering CVs in all areas

Paulo Nogueira
08-12-2017 10:56:09
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Professionals of all categories, whether to work on land or at sea, operational or administrative at Norsul

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]Norsul has been active since the 60's without ever having to interrupt its operations in Brazilian waters, it is also one of the largest in the shipping business. Se Expertise is focused on transport logistics of all types, such as bulk and neo-bulk cargo, general cargo, project cargo and liquid/chemical cargo, in cabotage and long haul. Currently, Companhia de Navegação Norsul owns 29 maritime units, of which 23 are under the Brazilian flag. It has 429 maritime employees and more than 160 in the administrative and commercial field. (Data from 2017). See some of their vessels below:

Norsul Abrolhos, Norsul Belmonte, Norsul Caravelas, Norsul Vega, Norsul Vitória, Norsul, Norsul 2, Norsul 3, Norsul 4, Norsul 5, Norsul 6, Norsul 7, Norsul 8, Norsul 9, Norsul 10, Norsul 11, Norsul 12, Norsul 14, Sveva, Guanaco, Juruti, Norsul Crateus, Pio Grande, Sepetiba Bay, Babitonga Bay and Guanabara Bay. Remembering that all these units are operational and in full swing. If you want to see what each one looks like, go to Google > Images and type in the name of the vessel.

If you have training as a Captain, First Officer, Commander, Boatswain Officer, Deck Sailor, Steward, Cabotage Master, Chief Engineer, Engineer Officer, Machine Conductor, Radio Operator, Safety Technician, Mechanic, Electrician, Cook , Nurse, Crane Operator, Pumper and Diver, register your CV directly accessing the registration form that is made available by Norsul here. Remembering that there are no open selection processes, she was just asked on social media to register their resume in the system, but when it starts like this, it's because something has.

If you want to know how to become a maritime hospitality professional, access the article here, Click Petróleo e Gás explains the requirements, schools that teach the course and issue their maritime license (CIR).

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Paulo Nogueira
With technical training, I worked in the offshore oil and gas market for a few years. Today, my team and I are dedicated to bringing information from the Brazilian energy sector and the world, always with credible and up-to-date sources.