Stolt-Nielsen is a long-term investor and manager of businesses focused on opportunities in logistics, distribution and aquaculture. The Stolt-Nielsen portfolio consists of its three bulk-liquid and chemicals logistics businesses – Stolt Tankers, Stolthaven Terminals and Stolt Tank Containers – Stolt Sea Farm and investments in LNG
Founded in 1959, Stolt-Nielsen is recognised for its sustained focus on safety, quality, reliability and flexibility.
The Company employs more than 6,000 people across 30 countries and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Oslo Børs: SNI).
The main subsidiaries of the Company are:
Stolt Tankers operates the world’s largest and most sophisticated global fleet of deep-sea, regional, coastal and inland parcel tankers, providing safe, reliable, high quality transportation services to the world’s leading manufacturers of chemicals and other bulk liquids.
Stolthaven Terminals’ global network of state-of-the-art terminals provides high quality storage and distribution services for chemicals, clean petroleum products, gas vegetable oils, biofuels and oleochemicals in key markets and hubs worldwide.
Stolt Tank Containers is a leading global provider of logistics and transportation services for door-to-door shipments of bulk-liquid chemicals and food-grade products.
Stolt Sea Farm is the world’s most advanced high-tech aquaculture company, and the premier provider of high quality turbot and sole in an environmentally sound manner.
To secure further growth and profitability, Stolthaven Terminals is looking to recruit a
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER
Stolthaven’s corporate Asset Management department, located in Rotterdam, is responsible for developing various new business opportunities in close cooperation with commercial functions, experts and local management. These range from greenfield and M&A opportunities in the core business to new fields of business or innovative projects in (renewable) energies.
The corporate development engineer will be supporting with everything technical around business development. Typically large capex projects with a broad scope, including all engineering disciplines. Tasks: Developing conceptual designs, masterplans and other documentation during the early stage of a project and sharing your knowledge and experience with local and global asset management teams, acting as a true partner for the various stakeholders.
Salary: € 55.000 – € 85.000 + bonus