If there is one thing that affects the shipping industry, from ship building to the launching of the end result, it’s the supply chain.
Manufacturing jobs, even within a shipyard environment, are often seen as fluid positions. You may transition from one shipyard to another several times throughout your career.
You certainly know that a big portion of your job within the shipyard is attention to detail. Without it, things can easily slip through the cracks.
It’s been rumored for a very long time, but it’s finally becoming a reality. 5G is replacing the 4G LTE connections we’ve relied on for so long with our mobile technology.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get all the luck? They’re hired into the best positions and find their way to advancement quickly.
Have you heard about business intelligence? This concept is expected to be the biggest trend in manufacturing in 2019.
How can you ensure success in your marine industry career? Sure, you can excel at what you do and perform at the top level to gain the trust and appreciation of your supervisors.
Every year sees new advancements and processes for the ocean shipping industry. Marine companies and the shipyards that build for them are always looking toward the future to see what trends will be coming down the line.
Your manager is an important part of your career success. Whether you like them or not, they hold the keys to a lot of aspects of your job.
It’s never too early to start planning activities to keep your shipyard employees engaged. In the first of our series on improving employee morale, we want to focus on planning a great summertime picnic.