Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture engineer interested in a challenging career in the Marine industry.
Marintec (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Group marine engines sole agent in Egypt, Sudan and Libya),
Alexandria Office: Alexandria - Egypt
Training as Installation Engineer
•3 months of field training on installation works for marine Diesel engines on floating hotels and Yachts
Marintec (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Group marine engines sole agent in Egypt, Sudan and Libya), Alexandria Office - Egypt
Training as Free Zone engineer
•3 months of training on free zone engineering duties in Alexandria free zone warehouse
Masr for maritime transportation, Alexandria - Egypt
One month of training as Cadet Engineer on Ocean going general cargo ship Abouznema
•Studying and participating in tasks carried out by 2nd and 3rd Engineers on the ship.
Marintec (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Group marine engines sole agent in Egypt, Sudan and Libya), Main Office: Cairo - Egypt
August 2004 – To Present
Currently working full time as Marine Engines , spare parts Sales Engineer and Technical Office Engineer
•3 months of training as maintenance engineer including participating in overhauling works for 6, V8 and V 10 cylinders Engines and various trouble shooting.
•Marine engines and spare parts sales engineer in Cairo, Canal Cities, Sinai and Upper Egypt areas.
•Technical office duties and suppliers negotiations
•Alexandria University, Alexandria - Egypt
Bachelor Degree in Marine Engineering and Naval Archiecture
June 2004, Graduation Project of Designing Nile Ferry with Excellent Grade,Graduation Seminar on Hydrofoils with Excellent Grade
•Sales Training Course at the American Chamber of Commerce – Cairo - Egypt
Avaible on Request
•Power user of MS Windows Me - XP
•Power user of MS Office(Word, Excel, PowerPoint) XP – 2003
•Power user of AutoCAD 2D version: 2003 - 2007
•Basic knowledge of 3d studio max version: 5.0
•Good Knowledge of Rhino 3d modeling
•Arabic language speaking and writing (Mother Tongue)
•English language speaking and writing (very good)
•Experienced in using B.V and G.L classifications Rules