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  • Formation
    Professional Degree in Maritime Transport Management and Law
    Promotion
    Class of 2011-2012
    Jeremy GONZALES
    Having a shiplanner father, my childhood was bathed in the maritime world. After studying for the ITIP and the professional degree in Management and Maritime Transport Law at the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille Institute, in partnership with the University of Aix-Marseille, I went on an internship in England. On my return I worked in warehouses and logistics, then as a chemical operator in a plant in Lavéra. In October 2014, I joined Eurofos as a dispatcher. Every day is different and teaches me a little more about my job. I like […] Read more
    Formation
    Professional Degree in Maritime Transport Management and Law
    Promotion
    Class of 2011-2012
    Jeremy GONZALES
    Having a shiplanner father, my childhood was bathed in the maritime world. After studying for the ITIP and the professional degree in Management and Maritime Transport Law at the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille Institute, in partnership with the University of Aix-Marseille, I went on an internship in England. On my return I worked in warehouses and logistics, then as a chemical operator in a plant in Lavéra. In October 2014, I joined Eurofos as a dispatcher. Every day is different and teaches me a little more about my job. I like the human exchanges with the sailors from different countries, the dockers with whom I work "hand in hand". In the end, all the departments fit into each other. For me, it is always great to see these giants of the seas, we can have a real impact on the economy of our country. Always bigger and bigger... I have been a shiplanner at Eurofos since 2017.
  • Formation
    Professional Degree in Maritime Transport Management and Law
    Promotion
    Class of 2015-2016
    Quentin PETITJEAN
    After a BTS in Transport and Logistics Services, I went on to study for a Professional Licence in "Management and Law of Maritime Transport" in partnership with the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille and the University of Aix-Marseille. Then I joined an International Trade & Logistics Master's degree with a second year of work experience in China for CMA-CGM. The group offered me in November 2018 to continue my career by integrating a V.I.E (Volontariat International en Entreprise). Being originally from Madagascar, I took this o […] Read more
    Formation
    Professional Degree in Maritime Transport Management and Law
    Promotion
    Class of 2015-2016
    Quentin PETITJEAN
    After a BTS in Transport and Logistics Services, I went on to study for a Professional Licence in "Management and Law of Maritime Transport" in partnership with the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille and the University of Aix-Marseille. Then I joined an International Trade & Logistics Master's degree with a second year of work experience in China for CMA-CGM. The group offered me in November 2018 to continue my career by integrating a V.I.E (Volontariat International en Entreprise). Being originally from Madagascar, I took this opportunity because the desire to leave and discover other cultures was part of my priorities. I took the position of Business Developer for the CCIS (CMA-CGM Inland Services). My main mission was to manage and develop the activities of the Logistics Platform. I proposed complete logistic solutions with an adaptation to the specific needs of our customers, all along their Supply Chain. I am now Operations Manager at AMT S.A. Advanced Maritime Transports in Douala, Cameroon. I see every day the implementation of these 5 years of study. Participate in seminars, conferences, symposiums or congresses. Taking the time to participate in this type of professional event is really worth it, in order to create "real links", synergies. It boosts your relational network because the shipping world is a very small world.